pector-General, Major Goggin, was with me during the day, carrying orders and superintending their execution, in the performance of which duties he exhibited great daring, and cool, sound judgment.
To Captain King and Lieutenant Tucker, Aids-de-camp, and Captain Costin, signal officer, Lieutenant Campbell, of the engineers, and Lieutenant Edwards, ordnance officer, I am indebted for their zeal and activity.
Their gallantry was conspicuous in the performance of their duties.
Colonel Henry Coulter Cabell, chief of artillery, who had been absent, sick, joined me on the field, and remained during the rest of the engagement.
I enclose reports of brigade commanders, and call attention to their notices of individual merit.
Very respectfully, L. Mclaws, Major-General.
Report of Brigadier-General Early, commanding division, of operations from August 16 to September 27, 1862.
headquarters Ewell's division, January 12, 1863. Captain A. S. Pendleton, A. A. General, Second Co