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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 3 1 Browse Search
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ill reported me for this, and my ire was so inflamed by his action that when we next met I attacked him, and a fisticuff engagement in front of barracks followed, which was stopped by an officer appearing on the scene. Each of us handed in an explanation, but mine was unsatisfactory to the authorities, for I had to admit that I was the assaulting party, and the result was that I was suspended by the Secretary of War, Mr. Conrad, till August 28, 1852--the Superintendent of the Academy, Captain Brewerton, being induced to recommend this milder course, he said, by my previous good conduct. At the time I thought, of course, my suspension a very unfair punishment, that my conduct was justifiable and the authorities of the Academy all wrong, but riper experience has led me to a different conclusion, and as I look back, though the mortification I then endured was deep and trying, I am convinced that it was hardly as much as I deserved for such an outrageous breach of discipline. There
Second brigade: Lieutanant-Colonel Benjamin F. Coates. Thirty-fourth Ohio (battalion), Lieutenant-Colonel Luther Furney. Ninety--first Ohio, Major Lemuel Z. Cadot. Ninth West Virginia, Captain John S. P. Carroll. Fourteenth West Virginia, Major Shriver Moore. artillery brigade. Captain Henry A. Du Pont. First Ohio Light Artillery, Battery L, Captain Frank C. Gibbs. First Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery D, Lieutenant William Munk. Fifth United States, Battery B (1), Lieutenant Henry F. Brewerton. Fifth United States, Battery B (2), Lieutenant Charles Holman. provisional division.[Only a small detachment from the First Brigade, and the Sixth New York Heavy Ar- tillery, from the Second Brigade, engaged in the battle.] Colonel J. Howard Kitching. cavalry. Brigadier-General Alfred T. A. Torbert. escort. First Rhode Island, Major William H. Turner, Jr. first division. Brigadier-General Wesley Merritt. first brigade: Colonel James H. Kidd. First Michigan, Captain A