his duty well and nobly, it is therefore difficult for me to make special mention of any. The gallant Corporal Booth, of the Fourth Ohio, was the first man in the enemy's works, but he fell in the moment of victory, shot through the head.
Captains Moore and Richardson, of the Fourth Ohio, were amongst the first to enter the works, and acted throughout with conspicuous gallantry.
Major Burns, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, my A. A. A. G., and Major Greeno, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, my A. A.
Rode under terrific fire to report Colonel Miller being wounded to Colonel Vail, next in command.
B. D. Pritchard Lieutenant-Colonel 4th Michigan Colonel R. H. G. Minty.
Frank White Lieutenant-Colonel 17th Indiana Colonel R. H. G. Minty.
Moore Captain 4th Ohio V. C. Colonel R. H. G. Minty.
Richardson Captain 4th Ohio V. C. Earnestly recommended by Colonel Minty for Brevet.
Burns Major 4th Michigan Earnestly recommended by Colonel Minty for Brevet. A. A. A. G. Second Brigade.