orty-sixth, Col. William H. Clark; and the Seventh battalion, Capt. W. A. Trotter.
The Mississippi batteries of Cowan, Hoskins and Yates were attached.
The cavalry brigade of Gen. Frank C. Armstrong was mainly composed of Mississippians—the First regiment, Col. R. A. Pinson; Second, Maj. John J. Perry; Twenty-eighth, Maj. Joshua T. McBee; Ballentine's regiment, Lieut.-Col. W. L. Maxwell; while in Ferguson's brigade were the Ninth Mississippi cavalry, Col. H. H. Miller; Eleventh, Col. Robert O. Perrin; Twelfth battalion, Col. Wm. M. Inge.
The Mississippians under Cleburne and Walker gallantly took part in the opening struggle of the campaign at Rocky Face mountain.
Walthall's brigade, supported by Tucker's, held position on the left of Hood's corps at Resaca, and maintained their ground under a heavy artillery fire two days, during the first repulsing three assaults of the enemy.
Walthall had in line 1,158 men, and lost 49 killed and 118 wounded, but inflicted a loss of perha