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distinguished. General Cabell also commended the bravery of his staff, Maj. John King, adjutant-general; Captain Balfour, inspector-general; Lieut. Marshall Hairston, aide-de-camp; his volunteer aides, Lieutenant Shepperd and Mr. Templeton, Captain Burnet, chief of artillery, and Lieutenant Hogg, commanding Appeal battery. The brigade loss was 98 killed, 223 wounded, 214 missing. Gen. Mansfield Lovell mentioned first among the regiments particularly distinguished the Ninth Arkansas, Colone, reduced to 500 men, was sent across the river with two guns captured at Corinth to attempt to open the road, but they were swept away before Phifer could come to their help. The remnants of these brigades and Cabell's, with the artillery under Burnet, nevertheless held the enemy in check until a route was found for withdrawal by another bridge, for which the army was indebted to General Armstrong. At Corinth and at the Hatchie, the losses of the Arkansas commands in killed, wounded and mi