To Major R. L. Kimberly, Forty-first Ohio volunteers, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General; Lieuts. William M. Beebe and E. B. Atwood, of the same regiment, aids-de-camp, and Captain L. A. Cole, Ninth Indiana, topographical officer, for intelligently carrying my orders and assisting in posting troops, under a galling fire, the whole day; to Capt. James McCleery, Forty-first Ohio volunteers, Acting Inspector General, for assisting to bring forward ammunition even after being wounded; to Harry Morton, Sixth Kentucky, volunteer aid-de-camp, for similar services; to Lieut. F. D. Cobb, Forty-first Ohio volunteers, Acting Commissary of Subsistence, for intelligently keeping me informed of what was transpiring beyond my immediate vision — and all for unqualified bravery — are deserving, as they have, my warmest thanks and the considertion of Government.
Dr. M. G. Sherman, Ninth Indiana, surgeon of the brigade, was Acting Medical Director of the division, and removed from my immediate no