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icular accounts. Major Garnett held three batteries in reserve, in the valley between the positions of Generals Pickett and Hood, and was much disappointed not to have the opportunity to use them. My staff officers, Major Sorrell, Lieutenant-Colonel Manning, Major Fairfax, Captain Latrobe, Captain Goree, and Lieutenant Blackwell, gave me their usual intelligent, willing aid. Major Haskell, Captain Young, and Captain Rodgers, volunteered their assistance, and rendered important services. My thanks are also due to Surgeon Cullen, chief surgeon; Major Mitchell, chief quartermaster; Major Moses, chief of the subsistence department, and Captain Manning, signal officer, for valuable services in their respective departments. I have the honor to be, General, Most respectfully, Your obedient servant, James Longstreet, Lieutenant-General commanding. Report of Lieutenant-General Jackson. headquarters Second corps, army of Northern Virginia, January 1863, Brigadier-Gen
mber. As soon as our horses came up, about four o'clock, I started with Colonel Sorrel and Colonel Manning, of my staff, to find the headquarters of the commanding General. We missed our way, and dtion. I am greatly indebted to Lieutenant-Colonel Sorrel, Assistant Adjutant-General, Lieutenant-Colonel Manning, Chief of Ordnance, Major Latrobe, Assistant Adjutant and Inspector-General, and CaptaCaptain Manning, Signal Corps, for their able, untiring, and gallant assistance. Colonel Manning received a painful wound. The movement of Stewart's division against the enemy's reinforcements was made Colonel Manning received a painful wound. The movement of Stewart's division against the enemy's reinforcements was made upon the suggestion of Colonel Sorrel and Captain Manning. The result was the beginning of the general break throughout the enemy's line. My other staff officers had not arrived from Virginia. MajCaptain Manning. The result was the beginning of the general break throughout the enemy's line. My other staff officers had not arrived from Virginia. Major Walton, acting Chief of Subsistence Department, and Major Keilly, acting Chief of Quartermaster's Department, were at the railroad depot in the active discharge of the duties of their departments.