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as any other that could be named. It consisted of Colonel H. C. Bankhead, Inspector-General, and Major Wm. T. Gentry, Commithers being engaged in their appropriate departments: Colonel Bankhead, Major Gentry, Major Cope, Captain Benyaurd, Captain ry. I at once dispatched Colonel (now Brigadier-General) Bankhead to give the orders to the division commanders to bring up, I present the following communications from Brevet Brigadier-General Bankhead, of my staff; Brevet Major-General Crawford, sion; Brevet Major-General Ayres, Second division. General Bankhead writes me, under date of June twenty-seventh: and placed in position to make the attack. (Signed) H. C. Bankhead, Brevet Colonel Assistant Inspector-General. The ft day, and about two o'clock P. M., received, through Colonel Bankhead, Corps Inspector, an order to move down the road leadeen me and the enemy, was severely wounded. I sent General Bankhead, after the last of the enemy had been captured, to Ge