ween Lane and Pender.
The divisions under Generals Early and Taliaferro formed the second line — Eae waited until daylight, and then followed General Early.
His division was placed in the second linder General A. P. Hill, had been broken.
General Early pushed forward and recovered the lost grouods to view.
On the fourteenth instant, Generals Early and Taliaferro occupied the front line, myrst Tennessee and Fifth Alabama battalion, and Early's troops, chased them across the railroad and askie, Lieutenants McKendree, Hunton, Statham, Early, and Donald.
It is with great pain I have tenth of this month, I received orders from General Early to form my brigade immediately behind Genef an hour, before I received an order from General Early (through Major Wilson, volunteer aid) to aat or near my position.
I understand that General Early's brigade, under command of Colonel Walkerailroad track, with Colonel Hoke's brigade, of Early's division, and returned to its original posit