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ina, Colonel Iverson, the Third North Carolina, Colonel Meares, and the First North Carolina, commanded by Capkes and Major Skinner, First North Carolina; Colonel Gaston Meares, Third North Carolina; Colonel Warthem, TwenColonel Gibson, and third North Carolina, under Colonel Meares, moved to a position in front of the enemy on the battalion of the Third North Carolina, under Colonel Meares, and of the First North Carolina, under Captaints support, the gallant and the accomplished Colonel Gaston Meares, of the Third North Carolina regiment, fell.l M. S. Stokes, of the First North Carolina; Colonel Gaston Meares, of the Third North Carolina, and Colonel Rorst North Carolina volunteers, on the right; Colonel Gaston Meares, Third North Carolina volunteers, in the cening one Captain and two privates of the enemy. Colonel Meares advanced in the centre, to the battle-ground oft which are not, as yet, armed with artillery. Colonel Meares was reinforced by Colonel Gibson's regiment dur
uished bravery. In the Twenty-seventh, every commissioned officer, except one, was killed or wounded at Sharpsburg; and this sole survivor was unwilling to discriminate among so many brave men. Brigadier-General Doles (now commanding Ripley's brigade) pays a tribute to the memory of Major Robert S. Smith, Fourth Georgia, and speaks in the most complimentary terms of Colonel De Rosset, and Major Thurston, Third North Carolina, (the former severely, and the latter slightly, wounded,) and Captains Meares, McNair, and Williams, of the same regiment. Lieutenant-Colonel H. A. Brown, and Captain J. A. Hannell, acting Major of the First North Carolina regiment, are also highly commended. Lieutenant-Colonel Phil Cook, Captains Willis, De Graffenreid, and Lieutenants Hawkens, Bisel, Hulbert, Gay, (wounded,) Stephens, Exell, Snead, Cobb, (killed,) Macon, (severely wounded,) all commended themselves to my special notice by their gallant and meritorious conduct. Captain Rey, commanding Forty-f