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Ohio volunteer infantry, for faithful service during previous campaigns, and for special gallantry at Fort McAllister, December thirteenth, 1864. Colonel B. F. Potts, Thirty-second Ohio volunteer infantry, for long and faithful service, and completeness as an officer. I recommend for Brevet Brigadier-Generals: Lieutenant-Colonel W. E. Strong, Twelfth Wisconsin, Department Inspector-General, for long and faithful service, and for special gallantry at the battle of Ezra Church, July twenty-eighth; also at the battle of Jonesboro, August thirty-first, 1864. Colonel William R. Woods, Seventy-sixth Ohio volunteer infantry, for faithful and continued service, and completeness as an officer, during the Atlanta and Savannah campaigns. Lieutenant-Colonel J. E. Tourtellotte, Ninety-third Illinois volunteer infantry, for faithful service, and for special gallantry at Allatoona, where he was severely wounded. I recommend for promotion the following officers of my staff: For B
enemy's shipping. headquarters artillery corps, near Petersburg, August 9, 1862. Brigadier-General S. G. French, commanding Expedition: General: The report of our operations in attacking the enemy's shipping near Coggin's Point, on the night of the thirty-first July, which I now have the honor to submit, has been delayed by the absence, on other duty, of one of the officers from whom it was necessary to obtain some important facts. General Lee, having intimated to me, on Monday, twenty-eight July, his wish to effect something against the enemy's boats by artillery on this side of James River, and my services having been tendered and accepted for conducting the expedition, I detailed from the reserve artillery under my command, near Richmond, a force deemed sufficient for the service, and placed it en route for Petersburg early on Tuesday, twenty-ninth. This force consisted of certain batteries and sections of batteries from Colonel Brown's artillery regiment, Lieutenant-