no report; and have to refer you to the subordinate reports herewith transmitted, and to the reports of other commanders, for details of the action of Malvern Hill.
After this battle, as required, the division was occupied, under my orders, in removing the wounded and burying the dead.
From my personal staff I received every assistance; and I beg to name Lieutenant-Colonel S. S. Anderson, A. A. G., Captain Benjamin Huger, A. A. G., Lieutenants Sloan and Preston, Aidsde-camp, Lieutenant Willoughby Anderson, Engineer, and Thomas Pinckney, Volunteer Aid-decamp, as officers who rendered important service, and to whom my thanks are especially due. To Surgeon E. N. Word, medical director, and Major J. A. Johnston, Quartermaster, I beg to call the attention of the General for the prompt care bestowed on the wounded, and the transportation of them to the hospitals, &c.
I remain, very respectfully,
Your most obedient servant, Benjamin Huger, Major-General commanding Division.