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nant-Colonel Jackson. Captain Brady was killed. Captain Osborne died at his home in Augusta, Ga., from sickness contracted during the siege of Vicksburg, being not yet twenty-one years of age. The Fortieth regiment Georgia volunteers had the following officers: Col. Abda Johnson, Lieut.-Col. Robert M. Young, Maj. Raleigh G. Camp, Adjt. G. W. Warwick; Capts. (A) John H. Matthews, (B) John U. Dobbs, (C) Z. B. Hargrove, (D) Francis H. Hall, (E) J. F. Grooves, (F) John Middlebrooks, (G) Thomas J. Foster, (H) Joseph L. Neil, (I) Abda Johnson, (K) Alexander Murchison. On the organization of the regiment Captain Johnson was elected colonel. The Fortieth was assigned to service first in Tennessee, then in Mississippi; was engaged with distinction in the battle of Chickasaw Bayou in December, 1862, and shared the battles and hardships of the Vicksburg campaign, forming part of the garrison which surrendered with Pemberton. Exchanged in time to participate in the battle of Missionary Rid