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ey so dearly won at Donelson. I cannot fail to mention the gallant Major Nevins, who, though wounded, bravely performed his duty; and Adjt. Dickey, ever cool and courageous, rendered most efficient service. The noble, lamented Carter, Captain commanding company K, who, with his company, so bravely cut his way through the rebel cavalry at Donelson, was among the first to fall on this bloody field mortally wounded. A good man, a true soldier, his loss is irreparable. Capts. Waddell and McKee, always at their posts, the latter wounded — both men in the gallant fight of the evening, the former commanding the regiment — are deserving of my grateful acknowledgments. Capt. Coats, who rejoined the regiment on the morning of the sixth, but partially recovered from a severe illness, was wounded and remained with his command, and was particularly distinguished. Lieut. Field, commanding company A, whose coolness and bravery have always made his command invincible, was borne to the r