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ader, and the recollection of that day will create a halo about his noble old head that shall shine upon his virtues alone, building the moralist to the frailties of his generous nature, making his memory in years a sacred thing. On the morning of July 21st, the regiment was ordered to cross Bull Run, and take position in an adjacent field. Gently rising hill, topped with a scant growth of pines, served to hide us from the view of the enemy; but they seemed to know our position, for a tero. A. Tyree, promoted, Lieut. W. W. McKaig, promoted, vice B. F. Howard, promoted. Company K.--Lieut. Paul, promoted, vice Lieut. Linkenhauser, deserted. I also add a statement of the killed and wounded in the battles of the 18th and 21st July: Company C.--Lieut. (now Captain) Engglish, wounded in the leg. Serg't. Patrick Rankin, wounded in the leg; since dead. Mike Redmond, wounded in the leg; since dead. Joseph Whitaker, through the body; recovered Michael Hughes, through the