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ichigan, for the able and fearless performance of their duties, and to recommend them to your favorable consideration. Very respectfully, S. P. Heintzelman, Colonel of the Seventeenth Infantry, Commanding the First Division. Report of Colonel Gorman. Headquarters First Minnesota regiment, Washington, D. C., July 24, 1861. Colonel Franklin, Commanding First Brigade Colonel Heintzelman's Division, N. E. Virginia: sir: I have the honor to communicate, as Colonel of the First Minnesoofficer commanding one of the regiments of your brigade, individually and otherwise, is now left to you and those commanding the division. Respectfully, W. A. Gorman, Col. First Regiment, Minnesota. Supplement to the official report of Col. Gorman, of the First regiment, Minnesota. camp Minnesota, July 2, 1861. The regimental flag borne by my color-bearer has through its folds one cannon ball, two grape shot, and sixteen bullets, and one in the staff. The color guard were all w