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e gallant and prompt execution of all orders extended by him ; Surgeon James and Assistant--Surgeon Wallace; also the Rev. H. B. McCallum, chaplain of the regiment, for their skilful and assiduous attention to the wounded; and Ordnance Sergeant R. W. Boyd, for his prompt attention to the duties of his department. The regiment went into action with twenty-seven commissioned officers and three hundred and seventy-seven enlisted men; and had two commissioned officers (Lieutenants Barron and Derrick) wounded, one sergeant and one private killed, and fifty-two enlisted men wounded, of which a tabular statement has been heretofore furnished. Respectfully submitted. W. D. De Saussure, Colonel Fifteenth Regiment South Carolina Volunteers. Report of Colonel Nance. Richmond, December 24, 1862. Captain C. R. Holmes, A. A. G.: Sir: Early in the morning of the thirteenth instant, I took my position in line of battle just to the right of the Telegraph road, as you approach Frede