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east of the New Bridge, or nine-mile road, as it is known in country parlance. Whiting's division, formerly Major-General Smith's consisted of his own brigade, commanded by Col. Pender, (the famous "3d brigade," which Bee led at Manassas;) Hood's brigade; of Texas, Pettigrew's brigade, Hatton's brigade, and Col. Hampton's brigade, and numbered about 14,000 men. Col. Jenkins commanded a brigade; composed of the 5th South Carolina regiment, Col. Giles, 6th South Carolina regiment, Col. Bratton, and the Palmetto Sharpshooters, Lieut-Col. Walker. The former commander, Brig Gen. R. H. Anderson, commanded a division in the fight. He has not resigned; the Gen. Anderson who resigned is from Tennessee, and his place as commander of the Tennessee brigade was assigned to Brig.-Gen. Robert Hatton, who was killed. While proceeding down the New Bridge road, endeavoring to get to the rear of the enemy, who were falling back before Gen. Longstreet, Gen. Whiting a division was attacked