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at Manassas in July, he brought four brigades with four batteries and two in reserve. Beauregard had eight brigades with thirty-four guns, which, under orders of July 20th, he distributed for the action as follows: Six pieces to Ewell, eight to Jones, eight to Longstreet, and twelve to Cocke. The Washington Artillery at this time had four 12-pound howitzers, four 6-pounders, and three rifles, distributed among the different batteries. Twenty-eight pieces captured in the battle added to the es, with Pendleton's Artillery, thirty-six pieces, and the Washington Artillery in reserve. In July, 1862, the batteries were distributed as follows: Longstreet's Division:6 brigades,8 batteries A. P.Hill's Division:6 brigades,9 batteries Jones' Division:2 brigades,3 batteries D. H. Hill's Division:6 brigades,7 batteries Anderson's Division:3 brigades,6 batteries McLaws' Division:4 brigades,4 batteries This gave thirty-seven batteries to twenty-seven brigades, with Pendleton's F