Bryan, that is the e-mail address that I sent the original e-mail to so I don't know what happened, why you didn't get it. But that does matter since you now have the link.
Miears, does seem to take a little licenses with some things, and he appears to be in some ways bragging about what he does and who is with General this, and General that, and Captain so and so. To be a Sergeant he certainly seemed to travel in high class company.
In some things I get the impression that he is writing after the fact from memory, like after the war. But he does give some interesting insight to my particular interest in the 2ND Arkansas Battalion's actions. Making 3 charges across marshy ground into the muzzles of an artillery battery and the enflading fire which killed Major Bronaugh. I feel like he wasn't adding to that description.
Calvin Collier author of the 3RD Arkansas Inf. "They'll do to Tie To" says that Capt H.H. Beavers of Co "B", assumed command after the death of Major Bronaugh and wrote the special order #152 of July 1862 listing and transferring the survivors to the 3RD Arkansas. But Lee signed that order, names and all, and it was stilled copied many times over to the various commands concerned, names and all. And that is still an unusual procedure for handwritten military orders of that day and time, for what would otherwise be routine paperwork.
I wished he had commented a little more on the Battle of Seven Pines/Fair Oaks given the Richmond Dispatch newspaper article about the 2ND Ark Batt in that Battle.