also along the line where they had been shooting the wounded, and killed thirteen.
To attempt to give a list of the men who showed signal valor would necessitate sending in an almost complete roster of the regiment.
Many of the cases which I mention stand merely as examples of the rest, not as exceptions.
Captain Jenkins acted as major, and showed such conspicuous gallantry and efficiency that I earnestly hope he may be promoted to major as soon as a vacancy occurs.
Captains Lewellen, Muller, and Luna led their troops throughout the charges, handling them admirably.
At the end of the battle Lieutenants Kane, Greenwood, and Goodrich were in charge of their troops, immediately under my eye, and I wish particularly to commend their conduct throughout.
Corporals Waller and Fortescue, and Trooper McKinley, of Troop E; Corporal Rhoades, of Troop D; Troopers Albertson, Winter, McGregor, and Ray Clark, of Troop F; Troopers Bugbe, Jackson, and Waller, of Troop A; Trumpeter McDonald, of