Lieut. William McGinnis, commanding company H; Lieut. Richard King, commanding company B; Lieut. Robert Stevenson, commanding company C; Lieut. Robert Hunter, commanding company D; Captain Joseph Fisher and Lieut. H. H. Herring, of company F; Captain Walter Crook, Lieut. M. Peters, and Lieut. Joseph Hamil, of company F; Lieut. T. G. McElravy, commanding company G, with Lieut. George Brecker, of same company; Captain Joseph Ballard and First Lieut. Snodgrass, of company H; Lieut. Robert Cullen, of company I; and William H. Reed, Second Lieutenant, commanding company K.
These officers, sir, all did their duty bravely — there was no fliching in any of them.
Each faced the iron hail unmoved; each was in his place superintending their men in the terrible work they were called on to perform.
Lieut. Peters was severely wounded in the wrist, and was compelled to retire about the middle of the action on the thirty-first.
Lieut. Snodgrass was last seen just before the closin