wess, I cannot refrain from making honorable mention of the names of Sergeant N. J. Garrett, of company M, Corporal J. C. Camp, of company H, and private W. L. Morehead, of company G.
I subjoin a list of the killed, wounded, and missing, on both of these occasions:
Officers. Killed: None.
Wounded: Lieutenant W. A. Williams, very dangerously; Lieutenant J. D. Anthony, painfully; Captain H. C. Cannon, not seriously; Captain Tomlinson Fort, slightly; Lieutenant G. A. Rutherford, Lieutenant Pierce Horner, slightly.
Enlisted Men. Killed, 4; wounded, 38, two since died; missing, 15.
Very respectfully, William J. Magill, Colonel, commanding.
Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Luffman.
headquarters Eleventh regiment Georgia volunteers, camp near Richmond, Va., July 12, 1862. Colonel George T. Anderson, commanding Third Brigade, First Division, A. P.:
sir: In obedience to general orders No.----, I have the honor to make the following report of the part taken by this regiment