lion of sharp-shooters, and Lieutenant A. T. Watson, commanding Scott's battery, of the action taken by their respective commands, to which I invite your attention.
A list of the casualties of the brigade has already been forwarded to Headquarters.
I cannot close this report without alluding to the very efficient service rendered me by Captain J. W. Harris, Inspector-General on General Smith's staff, in carrying and executing all orders in the most prompt manner possible.
Also, Captain Emmett Cockrill, volunteer Aid to General Smith, deserves especial notice for the manner in which he discharged every duty assigned him. Thanks are due to Major King, Brigade Commissary, for keeping the troops so well provided with rations during the campaign from Lafayette, Georgia, to this place.
Also, to Major Beecher, Brigade Quartermaster, for the efficient manner in which our wounded were carried from the field.
Thanks are also due to Captain Henry K. Beatty, Brigade Ordnance Officer, for t