G., Third Division.
Report of General Trimble.
headquarters Seventh brigade, Brown's Gap, June 11, 1862. Major J. H. Barbour, A. A. General:
In compliance with the orders of Major-General Ewell, I send a statement of the operations of mthe enemy had been repulsed on our right, and that I awaited orders.
About half an hour after General Taylor left, Major Barbour came to me, with orders from General Ewell, to move to the front, and that a force would be sent forward on the enemyn a partial reverse, after the fortunate results of the day. I regretted that I had not detained General Taylor until Major Barbour reached me, as, with his brigade and my own, the result would have been reasonably certain, without consulting Genera. R. Trimble, Brigadier-General
Report of General R. Taylor.
headquarters Eighth brigade, June 11, 1862. To Major Barbour, A. A. General, Third Division:
Major: I have the honor to submit the following report of the Eighth brigade, as c