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den, was killed, and not long after the gallant Col. Dan. Adams was borne from the field seriously wounded. Onis command in the Kentucky campaign. At Perryville, Adams' brigade was in the division of Patton Anderson attahed to the wing led by General Hardee, who commended Adams for his gallantry. The Confederates in this battle 31st at the battle of Murfreesboro or Stone's river, Adams' brigade was detached from Breckinridge's division ogainst the Federal right, in the course of which General Adams was seriously wounded. In the second day's battle at Chickamauga the brigade of Adams steadily advanced and got in the rear of the Federal intrenchments, but the command devolving on Col. R. L. Gibson. Here General Adams, said Breckinridge, who is as remarkable for hiso the hands of the enemy. Said D. H. Hill: Brigadier-General Adams was for the third time severely wounded It h of April Colonel Gibson, after the wounding of General Adams, commanded a brigade whose losses showed the nat