ction of the Long Bridge, the Charles City and the Quaker roads at Riddle's shop was covered by Kearney's division of Heintzelman's corps, with McCall's division of Porter's corps — the former upon tred yards in its rear.
Sedgwick's division of Sumner's corps supported McCall, who, as well as Kearney, was formed, each with two brigades holding a front line, and the third (each division was comp and his own division numbered about seven thousand.
The greater part of the four divisions of Kearney, McCall, Sedgwick and Hooker were engaged on the Yankee side, averaging ten thousand each.
Epickets were soon encountered, and on being driven in they disclosed the position of McCall and Kearney, as has been already described.
Line of battle was at once formed by Longstreet's division, un, its divisions being in the following order from its left to right, viz: Sykes, Morell, Couch, Kearney, Hooker, Sedgwick, Richardson, Smith, Slocum and Peck.
McCall was in reserve, in rear of Sykes