rs, Near Richmond, July 12, 1862. Brigadier-General L. O'B. Branch, Commanding Fourth Brigade, Lightcts from General A. P. Hill's report.
General Branch having come up, was ordered forward as a s) on my extreme right.
Anderson was formed on Branch's right, and Field on his right, and connectin
This was about half-past 2 P. M. Gregg, then Branch, and then Anderson, successively became engageas sent to his relief. * * * * * * * Gregg and Branch fought with varying success-Gregg having beforeavy, I was ordered forward with my division.
Branch's brigade took the route, and with springing sruder needed assistance, I sent two brigades — Branch's and Thomas' (Anderson's). They were, however more disastrous to the enemy. * * * *
General Branch's congratulatory address to his brigade.
Gaines' Mill, Frazier's Farm, Malvern Hill.
Branch's attillery (Captain Latham)--Newberne and Sla the brigade will furnish flags inscribed as above. L. O'B. Branch, Brigadier-General Commanding.