Major GENERAL R. E. RODES.
Brigadier General JUNIUS DANIEL.
32nd North Carolina, Colonel E. C. Brabble.
43rd North Carolina:
Colonel T. S. Kenan.
Lieutenant Colonel W. G. Lewis.
45th North Carolina:
Lieutenant Colonel S. H. Boyd.
Major John R. Winston.
Captain A. H. Gallaway.
Captain J. A. Hopkins.
53rd North Carolina, Colonel W. A. Owens.
2nd North Carolina Battalion:
Lieut Colonel H. L. Andrews.
Capt Van Brown.
Brigadier General GEORGE DOLES.
Lieutenant Colonel D. R. E. Winn.
Major W. H. Willis.
12th Georgia, Colonel Edward Willis.
21st Georgia, Colonel John T. Mercer.
Colonel S. P. Lumpkin.
Major W. H. Peebles.
Brigadier General ALFRED IVERSON.
5th North Carolina:*
Captain Speight B. West.
Captain Benjamin Robinson.
12th North Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel W. S.
20th North Carolina:+
Lieutenant Colonel Nelson Slough.
Captain Lewis T. Hicks.
23rd North Carolinna:++
Colonel D. H. Christie.
Captain William H. Johnston
Brigadier General S. D. RAMSEUR.
2nd North Carolina:
Major D. W. Hirtt.
Captain James T. Scales.
4th North Carolina, Colonel Bryan Grimes.
14th North Carolina:
Colonel R. Tyler Bennett.
Major Joseph H. Lambeth.
30th North Carolina:
Colonel Francis M. Parker.
Major W. W. Sillers.
O'Neal's Brigade . Colonel E. A. O'NEAL. 3rd ALABAMA, Colonel C. A. BAttle . 5th Alabama, Colonel J. M. HAll. 6th Alabama:
Colonel J. N. Lightfoot. Captain M. L. Bowie. 12th Alabama, Colonel S. B. Pickens. 26th Alabama, Lieutenant Colonel John C. Goodgame .
Artillery . Lieutenant Colonel THOMAS H. CARTNER. Jeff. Davis (Alabama) Artillery, Captain J. Reese. King William (Virginia)
Artillery, Captain W. P. Carter. Morris (Virginia)
Artillery, Captain R. C. M. Page . Orange (Virginia)
Artillery, Captain C. W. Fry . -
* The four captains present (West Robinson, James M. Taylor, Thomas N. Jordan), were reported as wounded July 1; Robinson and Taylor as having rejoined July 2, but it does not appear who commanded during Robinson's absence . Lieutenant-Colonel Slough and Major John S. Brooks reported as wounded at 4 p. m. July 1. Colonel Christie, Lieutenant Colonel R. D. Johnston, Major C. C. Blacknall, and the senior captain (Abner D. Peace), reported as wounded early in the fight, July 1.