T. Howchins was seen to kill four Yankees, exposing himself freely all the while.
Company I. Privates White, Whitehead, and Hudson, at Malvern Hill — all three wounded.
Company K. Private John A. Bullifant, (wounded,) at Seven Pines; private Haws Coleman, in the skirmish of the twenty-seventh of June.
Color-Sergeant T. F. Harwood, wounded at Malvern Hill, while pressing forward with the colors, struck the staff in the ground, and, cheering all the while, held on to it till taken from hinces, in order to call to the favorable notice of the department the gallant conduct of the few officers and men who were under my immediate command at the rifle battery.
Captain Branch, First Lieutenant Cooper, of French's battery, and First Lieutenant Coleman, of Brem's battery, served their pieces themselves, and did everything that men could do to encourage their men, and make their fire effective, under a very hot fire from a much larger number of the enemy's guns.
Lieutenant Cooper was w