On 18 August 1701 Col. Wolmar Anton von Schlippenbach wrote to Charles XII from his camp at Kirrumpäh. The letter was accompanied by an order of battle:
Schlippenbach explained that is was unusual, but this was due to the fact that the Russians way of fighting was unorthodox. They preferred to attack flanks, so Schlippenbach had decided to place a few small detachments in a second line behind these.
The text below the drawing explains that each battalion and squadron in the first lane consisted of 100 men and the small detachments in the second line of 20 men each. Not all units were included as some of his own regiment and Brandt's dragoons were positioned at Marienburg and Major de Molin's dragoons near Peipus.
Source: Riksarkivet, Skrivelser till Konungen. Karl XII:s tid, vol. 23