Longstreet's corps present, and Early, A. P. Hill, Rodes and Colston commanded Jackson's divisions; W. H. F. Lee and Fitzhugh Lee commanded the two brigades of cavalith 14,000.
The wilderness was his defense.
It hid his weakness and screened Jackson's march.
Kershaw's brigade, with McLaws—the Fifteenth, Lieut.-Col. Joseph F D. B. Miller, James' battalion, engaged in continually pressing the enemy.
Jackson's three divisions were commanded by Gens. A. P. Hill, R. E. Rodes and R. E. Confederate force.
The Eleventh corps, General Howard, held the Federal right.
Jackson's front line was led by Rodes, and so impetuous was the attack, and so completfortified line at the Talley house, and a second at Melzi Chancellor's house.
Jackson's order was to carry the position at Talley's, and to move right on against thtally wounded.
Gen. A. P. Hill was soon afterward wounded, and the command of Jackson's corps devolved upon General Rodes for a time.
General Stuart was then summo