Breedlove, and the Sixteenth Alabama, Major McGaughey; also, Major A. T. Hankins' battalion of sharpshooters.
Semple's battery is attached ting the road.
The brigade was formed in lines as follows: Right — Hankins, Lowry, Breedlove, McGaughey; Adams, left.
Brigadier-General Polkin front of my right, and prevented Colonel Lowry's command and Major Hankins' sharpshooters from firing.
I sent my Assistant Adjutant-Gener a halt, and firing; this was followed by the right of my brigade, Hankins' sharpshooters and Colonel Lowry's regiment.
The Major-General pahad fallen back, and the position occupied by Colonel Lowry and Major Hankins was taken by Deshler's brigade.
The peculiar character of the teenth Alabama regiment; Major Carr, Thirty-second Mississippi; Major Hankins, Hankins' sharpshooters; Major Gibson, Gibson's battalion, attaHankins' sharpshooters; Major Gibson, Gibson's battalion, attached to Thirty-third Alabama regiment.
These officers, of the same rank, were all distinguished by former services on the field of battle.