ties evinced by the Adjutant of the regiment, Lieut. William Armstrong, of company C.
In addition to his marked business habits, to which the regiment is greatly indebted, his bravery and efficiency on the battle-field entitle him to distinguished consideration.
Our line-officers, too, without exception, have won the highest regards by their eminently good conduct before the enemy, and in the fiery ordeal through which they passed.
Lieut. William McGinnis, commanding company H; Lieut. Richard King, commanding company B; Lieut. Robert Stevenson, commanding company C; Lieut. Robert Hunter, commanding company D; Captain Joseph Fisher and Lieut. H. H. Herring, of company F; Captain Walter Crook, Lieut. M. Peters, and Lieut. Joseph Hamil, of company F; Lieut. T. G. McElravy, commanding company G, with Lieut. George Brecker, of same company; Captain Joseph Ballard and First Lieut. Snodgrass, of company H; Lieut. Robert Cullen, of company I; and William H. Reed, Second Lieutenant, com