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lliam C. Oates' report. (395) Report of Maj. J. M. Campbell: Lieut.-Col. M. J. Bulger fought most nobly. Out of 21 officers, 4 were killed; all the 21 acted well. About one-third of the whole number were killed and wounded. Footnote: Lieutenant-Colonel Bulger was not killed. On July 16, 1863, he became colonel, vice James W. Jackson, resigned. No. 51—(18) Law's brigade, commanded by Colonel Sheffield; Hood's division, commanded by General Law; Longstreet's corps from army of Northern Virw wounded, June 3, 1863. No. 80—(763) Casualties, June 13 to July 31, 1864, 6 killed, 9 wounded. No. 87—(877) Casualties, August 1st to December 31st, 7 killed, 27 wounded. No. 88—(159) Reported as being on north side of James river. Colonel Bulger commanding regiment; Law's brigade, commanded by Colonel Bowles, of the Fourth. No. 89—Field's division, November 30, 1864, commanded by Capt. Henry C. Lindsey. No. 95—(1268) Perry's (late Law's) brigade, Field's division