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s left, its left extending in the direction of Cocke's right. It was organized as at the end of th's brigade, as before said, as a support. Cocke's brigade, increased by seven companies of the- brigade, near the Stone Bridge, also under Gen. Cocke's command. The latter held the Stone Brground extending in rear from Bonham's left to Cocke's right. Two companies of Radford's Cavalediate front, I at once ordered him, as also Gen. Cocke, if attacked, to maintain their position to he Stone Bridge, but giving information to General Cocke of his change of position and the reasons n along Bull Run to guard the interval between Cocke's right and Bonham's left, with orders to suppton's) Virginia regiment, which, detached from Cocke's brigade by my orders and those of Gen. Johnseatly thinned. Withers's 18th regiment of Cocke's brigade had come up in time to follow this c's regiments. Preston's 28th regiment, of Cocke's brigade, had by that time entered the same b
together by the Staff officers of General Johnston and myself. Early's brigade, meanwhile, joined by the Nineteen in Virginia regiment, Lieut-Col Strange, of Cocke's brigade, pursued the now panic-stricken, fugitive enemy. Stuart, with his cavalry, and Beckham, had also taken up the pursuit along the road by which the enemy his sturdy band were holding at bay the Federal advance beyond the turnpike, the enemy made repeated demonstrations, with artillery and infantry, upon the line of Cocke's brigade, with the serious intention of forcing the position, as General Schenck admits in his report. They were driven back with severe loss by Latham's (a sect have called him to my personal staff. Similar services were also rendered me, repeatedly during the battle, by T. J. Randolph, a Volunteer Acting A. D. C. to Colonel Cocke. Captain Clifton H. Smith, of the General Staff, was also present on the field, and rendered efficient service in the transmission of orders. It must