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nding section of guns in his detachment. Captain Sermmes, commanding battery, and his officers, Lieutenant Barnes and J. A. West, performed gallant service. Captain Blount, Brigade Inspector of Second brigade, rendered gallant service in the field, where it is believed he has fallen, as nothing has been heard of him since. I alt B. W. Clarke, and to my voluntary aid, Lieutenant H. H. Walsh,I am much indebted. They performed their duties with great gallantry, coolness, and bravery. Captain Blount was assigned to duty as Inspector of the brigade. During the journey from Camp Moore he lost his horse, and had been relieved from duty as Inspector by the canding section of guns in his detachment; Captain Semmes, commanding battery, and his officers, Lieutenants Barnes and J. A. West, performed gallant service. Captain Blount, Brigade-Inspector of Second brigade, rendered gallant service in the field, where it is believed he has fallen, as nothing has been heard of him since. I al