War of the Rebellion: Serial 023 Page 0985 Chapter XXVIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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THIRD DIVISION.

Brigadier General HENRY HETH.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General W. G. M. DAVIS.

1st Florida Dismounted, Cavalry Colonel G. T. Maxwell.

6th Florida, Colonel J. J. Finley.

7th Florida, Colonel M. S. Perry.

Marion Artillery, Captain J. M. Martin.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General A. GRACIE, JR.

43rd Alabama, Colonel Y. M. Moody.

55th Georgia, Colonel C. B. Harkie.

58th North Carolina, Colonel J. B. Palmer.

62th North Carolina, Colonel R. G. A. Love.

64th North Carolina, Colonel L. M. Allen.

Newman Artillery, Captain G. M. Hanvey.

Third - Smith's Legion.

Colonel SUMNER J. SMITH.

Battalion Georgia Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel J. R. Hart.

Battalion Georgia Volunteers, Colonel John S. Fain.

Fourth Brigade.

Colonel A. W. REYNOLDS.

3rd Tennessee, Colonel N. J. Lillard.

31st Tennessee, Colonel W. M. Bradford.

[59th] Tennessee, Colonel J. B. Cooke.

43rd Tennessee, Colonel J. W. Gillespie.

39th North Carolina, Colonel D. Coleman.

3rd Maryland Battery, Captain H. B. Latrobe.

63rd Tennessee, Colonel R. G. Fain.

Regiment North Carolina Volunteers, Colonel W. H. Thomas.

First Cavalry Brigade.

JOHN H. MORGAN.

2nd Kentucky, Colonel B. W. Duke.

7th Kentucky, Colonel R. M. Gano.

8th Kentucky, Colonel R. S. Cluke.

11th Kentucky, Colonel D. W. Chenault.

9th Kentucky Battalion, Major W. C. P. Breckinridge.

Howitzer Battery, Captain Arnett.

Second Cavalry Brigade.

Brigadier General JOHN PEGRAM.

1st Tennessee, Colonel H. M. Ashby.

3rd Tennessee, Colonel J. W. Starnes.

-- Tennessee, Colonel J. E. Carter.

[3rd Confederate] Colonel James R. Howard.

Howitzer Battery, Captain G. A. Huwald.

First section Kain's artillery, Lieutenant Hugh White.

Third Cavalry Brigade.

Colonel J. S. SCOTT.

1st Georgia, Colonel J. J. Morrison.

1st Louisiana, Lieutenant Colonel J. O. Nixon.

12th Tennessee Battalion, Major T. W. Adrian.

Howitzer Battery, Captain Holmes

7th North Carolina Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel G. N. Folk.

[16th] Tennessee Battalion, Major E. W. Rucker.

2nd [5th] Tennessee, Colonel G. W. McKenzie.

16th Battalion Georgia Partisans, Lieutenant Colonel F. M. Nix.

[3d] Kentucky Cavalry, Colonel J. R. Butler.

Horse Artillery, Captain W. R. Marshall.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF EAST TENNESSEE,

Knoxville, Tenn., November 5, 1862.

General G. T. BEAUREGARD,

C. S. Army, Charleston, S. C.:

DEAR GENERAL: I received a few days since your letter of the 24th ultimo, and will direct the investigation you desire. I think it more than probable, however, tht the letter you refer to was really captured by some of Buell's scouts. About the time you mention {September 10) General Jordan, who was at Catoosa Springs, sent to me at Chattanooga a letter addressed to General Bragg. On the upper right corner of the envelope were the letters G. T. B., all in Jordan's handwriting.