a mile of the crest of the mountain; Walker's in reserve; Stevenson's across Crow Valley, its left joining Cheatham's right, on the crest of the mountain; Hindman's, on the right of Stevenson's; and Cleburne's immediately in front of Dalton, and behihandsomely repulsed.
Brown's brigade was then moved from Stevenson's right to the crest of the mountain, joining Pettus's letinued all day, to our advantage — both at the gap and on Stevenson's front.
Near night an attack, especially spirited, was -General Hood was directed to make it with Stewart's and Stevenson's divisions by a half-change of front to the left, that tnoon, gradually changing front to the west in advancing.
Stevenson's troops, being nearest to the pivot upon which the wheele firing ceased, General Hood reported that Hindman's and Stevenson's divisions of his corps had been attacked, and that they unaided, firing from rifle-pits.
A similar attack upon Stevenson's skirmishers, the day after, was defeated in like manner