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h South Carolina, mentions Major McLeod. Colonel Nance, Third South Carolina, mentions Captain D. M. S. Langston, wounded, and Lieutenant H. C. Johnson, Third Alabama, acting voluntarily. Colonel Aiken, Seventh South Carolina, mentions Adjutant Childs and Sergeant-Major Stall-worth. Semmes's brigade. General Semmes mentions Colonel Cumming, Tenth Georgia, and Captain Holt; Colonel Hunt, Fifth Louisiana; Colonel August, Fifteenth Virginia, wounded; Lieutenant-Colonel Waggerman, Tentrmined, and obedient. My Captains especially elicited my admiration for the calmness with which they urged their men on to the contest. I cannot, however, be accused of infringing upon the justice allowed every one by especially mentioning Adjutant Childs and Sergeant-Major Stallworth, as having aided me materially and promptly in the fight of Sunday, twenty-ninth ultimo. Of the conduct of the entire regiment on Tuesday, first instant, I need not speak, as you yourself, General, can bear t