Brigadier General N. G. EVANS.
Colonel P. F. STEVENS.
17th South Carolina.
18th South Carolina.
22nd South Carolina.
23rd South Carolina.
Holcombe (South Carolina) Legion.
Boyce's battery, Macbeth (South Carolina) Artillery.
ARTILLERY OF THE RIGHT WING.
Washington (Louisiana) Artillery.
Colonel J. B. WALTON.
Eshleman's (4th) company.
Miller's (3rd) company.
Richardson's (2nd) company.
Squires' (1st) company.
Colonel S. D. LEE.
Eubank's (Virginia) battery.
Grimes' (Virginia) battery.
Jordan's battery, Bedford (Va.) Artillery.
Parker's (Virginia) battery.
Rhett's (South Carolina) battery.
Taylor's (Virginia) battery.
Huger's (Virginia) battery.+
Leake's (Virginia) battery.++
Maurin's battery, Donaldsonville (Louisiana) Artillery.++
Moorman's (Virginia) battery.+
Rogers' battery, Loudoun (Virginia) Artillery.++
Stribling's battery, Fauquier (Virginia) Artillery.++
LEFT WING, OR JACKSON'S CORPS.
Major General T. J. JACKSON.
Brigadier General WILLIAM B. TALIAFERRO.
Brigadier General WILLIAM E. STARKE.
Colonel W. S. H. BAYLOR.
Colonel A. J. GRIGSBY.
Colonel BRADLEY T. JOHNSON.
1st Virginia Battalion.
Colonel A. G. TALIAFERRO.
Brigadier General W. E. STARKE.
Colonel LEROY A. STAFFORD.
Coppen's (Louisiana) battalion.
*An independent brigade. On August 30 Evans commanded Hood's division as well as his own brigade.
+Attached to Anderson's division, but not mentioned in the reports.
++Mentioned in the reports, but assignments not indicated.