aluable services, and the energy and skill with which they were handled by that officer received my highest admiration.
My chief medical officer, Surgeon Bushrod Taylor, brought to the performance of the difficult task devolved upon him the same ability, zeal, untiring industry and conscientious devotion to duty which have always marked his official connection with the brigade.
To Captain R. Cleary, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General; Lieutenant V. Dabney, Volunteer Aid-de-Camp; Lieutenant F. Pendleton Jones, Aid-de-Camp (badly wounded and since dead), who were with me on the field, I am under obligation for the gallant and intelligent manner in which their duties were performed.
Lieutenants E. H. Boyd, Ordnance Officer, and Mann Page, Inspector of Brigade, discharged their respective duties with promptness and ability.
My absence from the brigade, and its movements since I resumed command, have caused a delay in this report.
I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,