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infantry was by my messenger three-fourths of a mile back, it was some time coming up. Col. Garland's regiment leading, was directed to deploy two companies on each sale of the road to clear th skirmishers. One of those companies having mistaken its direction, went too the right, and Col. Garland had to replace it with another. the pines were cleared at double quick, and the battery he whole of the engagement to the front. the infantry were placed in position as follows. Garland's regiment on the right of the road, a little in advance of the artillery, Secrest, S. C., on the left of the road; Fortley's regiment arriving later, replaced Garland's, which moved by the flank to the rights and the First Kentucky, Col. Taylor, at First intended as a reserve, was ordered to of that regiment, who seemed determined to follow their Colonel wherever he would lead. Col. Garland and Major Langhorne, of the Eleventh Virginia, behaved with great coolness under fire, and th