Colonel Walter Taylor (Four Years with General Lee, page 60) says: General Lee . . . took with him the divisions of Longstreet, D. R. Jones, Hood and Anderson, leaving in front of Richmond the divisions of D. H. Hill and McLaws, and two brigades s and Evans'), recently arrived from South Corolina.
The whole infantry force was organized, I believe, as follows:
Kemper's Brigade--First, Seventh, Eleventh, Seventeenth and Twenty-fourth Virginia regiments5
Jeajor Young, Adjutant-General for General Drayton, who at one time commanded both brigades, and from General Sorrel, General Longstreet's Adjutant-General. Major Young says the strength of the two brigades did not exceed 4,600 present for duty.
Gener marched forward from Gordonsville towards Manassas.
The return of July 20th gives, according to Colonel Taylor--
Longstreet's division, present for duty, officers and men8,486
D. R. Jones' division, present for duty, officers and men3,713