Louisiana, Acting A. D. C.
4. Cadet H. T. Beauregard, of Louisiana, Acting A. D. C.
5. Lieutenant-Colonel A. G. Rice, of South Carolina, Volunteer A. D. C.
6. Lieutenant-Colonel S. B. Paul, of Virginia, Volunteer A. D. C.
1. Colonel George W. Brent, of Virginia, A. A. G.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel John M. Otey, of Virginia, A. A. G.
3. Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Roman, of Louisiana, A. A. and I.
4. Major Henry Bryan, of Georgia, A. A. and I.
5. Major James Eustis, of Louisiana, A. A. and I.
6. Captain Albert Ferry, of Louisiana, A. A. and I.
7. Lieutenant-Colonel J. R. Waddy, of Virginia, Chief Ordnance Officer.
8. Surgeon R. L. Brodie, of South Carolina, Medical Director.
9. Surgeon Samuel Choppin, of Louisiana, Medical Inspector.
During the war General Beauregard had exerted himself to the utmost to have additional rank given to staff-officers who, in his opinion, were worthy of promotion.
He thought that a full gener