this time the line of the left corps stood with its right on the Mackville and Perryville pike near the crossing of Doctor's Creek and its left near Chaplin River, its direction being about due north and south.
It was formed of two brigades of Rousseau's division
Farm-House of H. P. Bottom.
From a photograph taken in 1885.
The farm-house stands near Doctor's Creek, under the ridge occupied by Rousseau; and the view is from the old Mackville pike.
[See map, p. 24.]
（Lytle's and Harris's) and Terrill's brigade of Jackson's division.
Webster's brigade of Jackson's division had not yet come into position, and Starkweather's brigade of Rousseau's division had not yet reached the field.
Just previously to this the enemy, in pursuance of his plan of attack, had begun to engage Sheridan's division, the head of the center corps.
Mitchell's division was at that time closing up to take position within supporting distance of Sheridan.
Caldwell's and Carlin's brigades of this d