Brigadier General JONES M. WITHERS.
Brigadier General A. H. GLADDEN.
Brigadier General J. R. CHALMERS.
Brigadier General J. K. JACKSON.
The Forty-seventh Tennessee, Colonel Hill, arrived on the field on the 7th; the Alabama and Arkansas battalions of the Third Brigade, Withers' division, not in the battle.
Major General W. J. HARDEE.
Brigadier General T. C. HINDMAN.
Brigadier General P. R. CLEBURNE.
5th [35th] Tennessee.
Shoup's artillery battalion.+
Brigadier General S. A. M. WOOD.
9th Arkansas Battalion.
3rd Mississippi Battalion.
*The Second Tennessee, Colonel Bate, was also in this brigade; the other "Second Tennessee" was in the First Corps.
+Calvert's and Trigg's batteries, according to Cleburne's report, and Hubbard's battery, according to Thrall's statement.
++A company of Georgia dragoons also in this brigade.