Arkansas and Tennessee brigade, Govan's Arkansas brigade, Lowrey's Alabama and Mississippi brigade, and Granbury's Texas brigade. Major-Generg Deas' Alabama brigade, Tucker's Mississippi brigade, Manigault's Alabama and South Carolina brigade, and Walthall's Mississippi brigade. Ma Col. Thomas Harrison, Kentucky brigade of Col. J. W. Grigsby, and Alabama brigade of Col. M. W. Hannon.
The artillery of Hardee's corps cek toward New Hope church, and was met by Col. Bush Jones with his Alabama regiment and sharpshooters, of Stewart's division, in all 300 men, organized cavalry movements to protect the West Point railroad in Alabama, and Gen. Stephen D. Lee —who had won distinction by the repulse oand had since been active in command of cavalry in Mississippi and Alabama—was promoted to lieutenant-general and assigned to the command of epleted force.
He went on nearly to Nashville and thence south to Alabama, repulsing the attacks of Major-Generals Rousseau, Steedman, and B