Brigadier General SAMUEL GARLAND.
5th North Carolina.
12th North Carolina.
13th North Carolina.
20th North Carolina.
23rd North Carolina.
Colonel A. H. COLQUITT.
Brigadier General ROSWELL S. RIPLEY.
1st North Carolina.
3rd North Carolina.
Bondurant's battery, Jeff. Davis (Alabama) Artillery.
Carter's battery, King William (Va.) Artillery.
Clark's (Virginia) battery.
Hardaway's (Alabama) battery.
Nelson's battery, Hanover (Va.) Artillery.
Peyton's battery, Orange (Va.) Artillery.
Rhett's (South Carolina) battery.
MAGRUDER'S CORPS.-Major General JOHN B. MAGRUDER.
Brigadier General DAVID R. JONES.
Brigadier General ROBERT TOOMBS.
Colonel GEORGE T. ANDERSON.
1st Georgia (regulars).
Major JOHN J. GARNETT.
Brown's battery, Wise (Va.) Artillery.
Hart's battery, Washington (S. C.) Artillery.
Lane's (Georgia) battery.+
Moody's (Louisiana) battery.
Woolfolk's battery, Ashland (Va.) Artillery.++
Major General LAFAYETTE McLAWS.
Brigadier General PAUL J. SEMMES.
Manly's (North Carolina) battery.
Brigadier General J. B. KERSHAW.
2nd South Carolina.
3rd South Carolina.
7th South Carolina.
8th South Carolina.
Kemper's battery, Alexandria (Va.) Artillery.
*Bondurant's, Carter's, Hardaway's, and Nelson's batteries belonged to the division. Those of Clark, Peyton, and Rhett (Jones' battalion) were temporarily assigned.
+Of Cutt's battalion, temporarily attached.
++Of Richardson's battalion.