is command, Frazier's, at Cumberland Gap, and Jackson's, in Northeast Tennessee, were thus severed ionary Ridge:
The division was composed of Jackson's brigade, Brigadier-General John K. Jackson;ar of Major-General Walker's line of battle — Jackson's brigade on the right, Smith's in the centreMajor-General Walker.
The left and centre of Jackson at once, and in a few moments thereafter the forced to retire and take position in rear of Jackson's and Smith's brigades, which were moved forwd in line of battle.
In this night attack, Jackson's and Smith's brigades only, of my command, e as a reserve.
No part of my command, except Jackson's brigade, was engaged in the active operatiogade to the left, I immediately advanced with Jackson's brigade, and again encountered the enemy bedier-General J. K. Jackson.
headquarters Jackson's brigade, Cheatham's division, Polk's corps, road, supported by a long line of infantry.
Jackson's brigade, which was some distance to my left