e left brigade en potence with the alignment, I found that Hardee's line did not rest on Owl creek.
I extended the left bri order; the entire line about six hundred paces in rear of Hardee's line and overlapping it, as stated, by one brigade (Ruggeyond, where some of the Federals were seen moving towards Hardee's flank, to develop their design, Hardee inquiring at onceHardee inquiring at once into the cause of the firing.
You and remaining staff continued your forward progress, while I kept down the line.
By theridden rapidly too — I saw the following state of affairs: Hardee withdrawn from our front, for he had in his advance gainedral Bragg's request, detached Gibson, who was following up Hardee's and Withers' advance, and were all heavily engaged on ouavalry made such a wide detour to the right under cover of Hardee, they were useless to us. You further directed me to ride nd obstinately that when they started they found troops of Hardee and Withers on their left and rear, and our left brigade a