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on duty in the city of Atlanta, reporting to Colonel Crane, One Hundred and Seventh New-York volunteers, commanding a provisional brigade. On the fourteenth, I announced the brigade staff as follows: Major Wilson Hobbs, Eighty-fifth Indiana, Surgeon in Chief; Captain A. G. Kellam, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General; Captain Wm. Bones, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Acting Assistant Inspector-General; Captain D. J. Easton, Nineteenth Michigan, Acting Aid-de-Camp; Lieutenant H. C. Johnson, Thirty-third Indiana, Topographical Engineer and Acting Aid-de Camp; Lieutenant L. M. Wing, Nineteenth Michigan, Acting Assistant Quartermaster; Lieutenant W. S. Harbort, Eighty-fifth Indiana, Acting Commissary Subsistence; Lieutenant C. A. Booth, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Provost-Marshal; Lieutenant H. C. Brown, Eighty-fifth Indiana, Brigade Ambulance Officer; Lieutenant John Hart, Thirty-third Indiana, Pioneer Officer. November fifteenth, pursuant to orders of the day before, t
mentions Captain D. M. S. Langston, wounded, and Lieutenant H. C. Johnson, Third Alabama, acting voluntarily. Colonel AiBraxton, Andrews, Pegram, Crenshaw, McIntosh, Bachman, and Johnson, with five extra horses to each gun,--Johnson's battery acJohnson's battery accompanied Branch,--in all, about fourteen thousand men. The brigades and batteries were entirely concealed from the view of t forward as a support to the brigades already engaged, and Johnson's battery took position near McIntosh and Braxton. Gregg d the only assistance received was from Ripley. Lieutenant-Colonel Johnson, commanding Nineteenth Georgia, and Major Bronauin on his right, and connecting with Archer. Crenshaw and Johnson were brought into battery on the left of the road, and in he exhaustion of our troops. The batteries of Crenshaw, Johnson, Braxton, and Pegram were actively engaged. Crenshaw pret these battles are Colonels Campbell, C. C. Lee; Lieutenant-Colonels Johnson, Smith, Green, Shackelford; Majors Bronaugh, Bur