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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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mentioned came under my own notice, or were so spoken of by competent persons, as to make it my duty to mention them in this manner. My staff officers, Captain Green Peyton, and Captain M. L. Randolph, have been mentioned for their meritorious conduct. Their duties were more than usually arduous during the action, and were nobly discharged. Mr. Ed. O'Neal, volunteer aid, a youth under eighteen, behaved most gallantly, and I am under great obligations to him. Four of my couriers, C. S. Ellis, company B, Fourth Georgia; Gilliam James, company D, Fifth Alabama;--------, and----------of Stuart's cavalry, (Fitz Lee's brigade,) were of great service to me during the battle, and exhibited great courage and intelligence. Both of the former deserve promotion for their conduct. Enclosed will be found reports of brigade and regimental commanders. Respectfully, R. E. Rodes, Brigadier-General, commanding Division. appendix A. Strength and Casualties of the Brigades of D. H