We utilize the tools already presented in a previous publication [DeSavage, S.A; Gordon, K.H; Clifton, E.M.; Davis, J.P.; Narducci, F.A. J. Mod. Opt. 2011, 58 (21), 2028--2035] to theoretically and experimentally investigate in detail Raman transitions in a sample of laser cooled 85Rb. Using cross-linearly polarized Raman fields, we find that, for an arbitrarily oriented magnetic field, the Raman spectrum consists of up to eleven peaks. However, by judicious choice of magnetic field direction, the spectrum can be reduced to a five peaked spectrum (transverse magnetic field) or a six peaked spectrum (longitudinal magnetic field). We present cases in which the full spectrum can not be thought of as the incoherent sum of the five and six peaked spectra.