nd and Twenty-third regiments, the Holcombe legion and the Macbeth artillery, Captain Boyce.
Kershaw's brigade in McLaws' division was left in front of Richmond; Hampton's brigade of cavalry, including the legion and Hart's battery, was in McClellan's front.
General Lee planned an attack on Pope immediately before his arrival oon of General Pope's plans and formed his own accordingly.
He wrote the President that he wished his whole army immediately, and all available troops, and added: Hampton's cavalry I particularly require.
Richmond, he wrote, must rely upon her defenses and field batteries.
On the 26th, McLaws and D. H. Hill and Hampton were order 65.
Jenkins' brigade— First (Hagood's), 124; Second Rifles, 58; Fifth, 39; Sixth, 115; Sharpshooters, 68.
Drayton's brigade, Fifteenth, 21.
Wofford's brigade, Hampton's legion, 74.
Evans' brigade, Holcombe legion, 155; Seventeenth, 179; Eighteenth, 113; Twenty-second,—; Twenty-third, 149; Boyce's battery, 6.
The grand total i