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forces: Ewell's brigade, constituted as on the 18th of July remained in position at Union Mills Ford, its left extending along Bull Run, in the direction of McLean's Ford, and supported by Holmes's brigade, 2d Tennessee and 1st Arkansas regiments, a short distance to the rear — that is, at and near Camp Wigfall. D. R. Jones's brigade — from Ewell's left, in front of McLean's Ford, and along the stream to Longstreet's position. It was unchanged in organization, and was supported by Early's brigade, also unchanged, placed behind a thicket of young pines, a short distance in the rear of McLean's Ford. Longstreet's brigade held its former ground at Blackburn's Ford, from Jones's left to Bonham's right, at Mitchell's Ford, and was supported by Jackson's brigade, consisting of Colonels James L. Presson's 4th, Harper's 5th, Allen's 2d, the 27th, Lieut. Col. Echoll's, and the 33d, Cumming's Virginia regiments, 2,611 strong, which were posted behind the skirting of pines, to th
pened fire with his battery upon them with deadly and damaging effect. Colonel Early, who, by some mischance, did not receive orders until 2 o'clock, which had main lines, a cloud of skirmishers, preparatory for another attack. But as Early formed his line and Beckham's pieces playing upon the right of the enemy, Elzey and flanks of the enemy in their quarter of the field. At the same time, too, Early resolutely assailed their right flank and rear. Under the combined attack the he rout had now become general and complete. About the time that Elzey and Early were entering into action, a column of the enemy, Keye's brigade of Tyler's divs collected together by the Staff officers of General Johnston and myself. Early's brigade, meanwhile, joined by the Nineteen in Virginia regiment, Lieut-Col Sthese well led regiments. High praise must also be given to Colonels Docke, Early, and Elzey, brigade commanders; also, to Colonel Kershaw, commanding, for the t