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ledging the distinguished services rendered me by Lieutenant James Hamilton, of General Taylor's staff. As to the conduct ofadvance on the field. Of the dangerously wounded are Captain Hamilton, Lieutenant McHugh, and Lieutenant McGrath, of EighthForming the First regiment South Carolina volunteers, Colonel Hamilton commanding, and the Twelfth, Colonel Barnes, in line fire of that portion of the Twelfth behind it, until Colonel Hamilton interposed and prevented it. The Twelfth advanced aga the members of the color guard were shot down around Colonel Hamilton, who, for part of the time, bore the colors himself. to march farther to the right and rear, and form near Colonel Hamilton. Two companies of the First, those of Captain W. T. Hns of the portions of the First and Thirteenth, under Colonel Hamilton and Major Farrow, they were ordered by Major-General ,having united with the First rifles, the whole under Colonel Hamilton, they bivouacked on their ground. In the progress of
of my being sent for by the General commanding to receive additional orders. He has proven himself competent to command a brigade under all circumstances. This distinguished officer, together with my two Aids, Major B. H. Blanton, and Lieutenant James Hamilton, had their horses shot during the battle of Sharpsburg, whilst most gallantly pushing forward the troops and transmitting orders. Major Blanton, Lieutenant Hamilton, Lieutenant Joseph Phillips, C. S. A., of General Magruder's staff, anLieutenant Hamilton, Lieutenant Joseph Phillips, C. S. A., of General Magruder's staff, and Captain C. S. Mills, A. Q. M., First Texas regiment, rendered most invaluable service, during the battle of Manassas, in bringing forward and placing in position additional brigades upon the long to be remembered heights around the Chinn house. Lieutenant D. L. Sublett, acting division ordnance officer, was prompt in bringing forward ammunition, and otherwise efficiently performed the duties pertaining to his department. All praise is due Dr. Darby, chief surgeon of the division, for his unt