War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0661 Chapter XXXII. THE STONE'S RIVER CAMPAIGN.

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Brigadier General JOSEPH WHEELER.

Wheeler's Brigade.

Brigadier General JOSEPH WHEELER.

1st Alabama, Colonel W. W. Allen.

3rd Alabama:

Major F. Y. Gaines.

Captain T. H. Mauldin.

51st Alabama:

Colonel John T. Morgan.

Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Webb.

8th Confederate, Colonel W. B. Wade.

1st Tennessee, Colonel James E. Carter.

- Tennessee Battalion, DeWitt C. Douglass.

- Tennessee Battalion, Major D. W. Holman.

Arkansas Battery, Captain J. H. Wiggins.

Buford's Brigade.

Brigadier General A. BUFORD.

3rd Kentucky, Colonel J. R. Butler.

5th Kentucky, Colonel D. H. Smith.

6th Kentucky, Colonel J. W. Grigsby.

Pegram's Brigade.+

Brigadier General JOHN PEGRAM.

1st Georgia.

1st Louisiana.

Wharton's Brigade.

Brigadier General JOHN A. WHARTON.

14th Alabama Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel James C. Malone.

1st Confederate, Colonel John T. Cox.

3rd Confederate, Lieutenant Colonel William N. Estes.

2nd Georgia:

Lieutenant Colonel J. E. Dunlop.

Major F. M. Ison.

3rd Georgia (detachment), Major R. Thompson.

2nd Tennessee, Colonel H. M. Ashby.

4th Tennessee, Colonel Baxter Smith.

- Tennessee Battalion, Major John R. Davis.

8th Texas, Colonel Thomas Harrison.

Murray's (Tennessee) regiment, Major W. S. Bledsoe.

Escort company, Captain Paul F. Anderson.

McCown's escort company, Captain L. T. Hardy.

White's (Tennessee) battery, Captain B. F. White, jr.


Baxter's (Tennessee) battery.

Byrne's (Kentucky) battery.

Gibson's (Georgia) battery.

Numbers 190. Reports of General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee,

with congratulatory orders, &c.

MURFREESBOROUGH, TENN., December 30, 1862.

(Received at Richmond, Va., January 1, 1863.)

Artillery firing at intervals and heavy skirmishing of light troops all day. Enemy very cautious, and declining a general engagement. Armies are in line of battle within sight.


General S. COOPER.


*Forrest's and Morgan's commands on detached service.

+Probably incomplete.

++Byrne's battery mentioned in Breckenridge's report. The others do not appear to have been engaged in the campaign. Baxter's battery reported as at Shelbyville, December 31, and Gibson's was ordered, December 1, 1862, to Chattanooga, Tenn., to be fitted for the field.