of the army was moved to the right, leaving Stevenson's division and my own to confront him at thimy, except this division, Pettus' brigade of Stevenson's division and the Thirty-ninth Georgia regiment of Cummings' brigade, also of Stevenson's division, which had a short time before been sent toight skirmishing, we were relieved by Major-General Stevenson's division.
For the particulars ofaving been relieved, as above stated, by General Stevenson, the division was moved on slowly, haltiearned that the enemy were moving around General Stevenson.
I immediately placed my command acrossny assistance that might be necessary to General Stevenson.
Having given some general instructionsaff rode up the pike to communicate with General Stevenson.
Upon coming up with Colonel Jones, I l ceased, I communicated my intentions to General Stevenson and moved off my command.
In this affai I cheerfully concede all that is due to General Stevenson's division in checking the advance of th