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James D. Porter, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.1, Tennessee (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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ficer. Gen. William A. Quarles, of Tennessee, was dangerously wounded and captured. His division general, Walthall, said of him: Brigadier-General Quarles was severely wounded at the head of his brigade within a short distance of the enemy's inner line, and all his staff officers on duty [W. B. Munford and Capt. S. A. Conley] were killed. Col. Isaac N. Holme, Forty-second Tennessee, and Capt. R. T. Johnson, Forty-ninth, were severely wounded; Lieut.-Col. T. M. Atkins, Forty-ninth, Maj. S. C. Cooper, Forty-sixth, and Capt. James J. Rittenburg, Fifty-third, were wounded and captured, and Maj. J. E. McDonald, Fifty-fifth, and Capt. R. T. Coulter, were killed, leaving a captain in command of the brigade. Brig.--Gen. John Adams, of Tennessee, was killed after leading his command up to the enemy's main line of works. Gen. Jacob D. Cox says of him: In one of the lulls between these attacks, when the smoke was so thick that one could see a very little way in front, the officers of th