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fficers generally, I cannot speak too highly of. Always at their posts, cheering on their men by their soldierly examples, and displaying marked gallantry under the trying circumstances, I acknowledge my inability to do them justice in words. Major Potter was disabled during the early part of the engagement, while gallantly performing his duty, and subsequently fell into the hands of the enemy. The brave Captain McQuaide, while cheering on his men, fell, from a severe wound in the leg. Lieut. ames. Respectfully submitted, Addison Farnsworth, Lieut.-Col. Comm'g Thirty-eighth Reg't, N. Y. V., (Second Scott Life Guard.) List of killed, wounded, and missing, Thirty-Eighth regiment, N. Y. S. V. field and staff.--Wounded--Major James D. Potter, slightly, and afterwards taken prisoner by the enemy. Missing--Assistant-Surgeon Stephen Griswold and Quartermaster Charles J. Murphy, both taken prisoners. Company A.--Wounded--Charles H. L. Roediger, slightly in the hand. Miss
Doc. 18.-Thirty-Eighth New York regiment. The following is a list of the officers of this regiment:-- Field and Staff Officers.--Colonel, J. Hobart Ward; Lieutenant-Colonel, Addison Farnsworth; Major, James D. Potter; Adjutant, William A. Herring; Quartermaster, Charles J. Murphy; Paymaster, Thomas Picton; Sergeant-Major, Wright Banks; Surgeon, Abraham Berry; Surgeon's Mate, Stephen Griswold; Drum-Major, Michael McCarthy; Field-Major, Daniel E. Tylee. Co. A--Captain, Daniel E. Gavitt; Lieutenant, J. H. Coburn. Co. B--Captain, Eugene McGrath; Lieutenant, Alexander Roberts; Ensign, Robert S. Watson. Co. C--Captain, Robert F. Allason; Lieutenant, A. Schaffer; Ensign, A. Fusk. Co. D--Captain, John F. Harrold; Lieutenant, Isaac Jelffe. Co. E--Captain, Oliver A. Tilden; Lieutenant, John Mara. Co. F--Captain, Hugh McQuade; Lieutenant, John M. Cooney Co. G--Captain, George F. Britton; Lieutenant, G. C. Brown. Co. H--Captain, W. H. Baird; Lieutenant, James Bryne. Co. I--Captain, Ca
nt and function, and report their action to the next session as an amendment of the Constitution of the United States, to be proposed by Congress to the States for their ratification, according to the fifth article of said Constitution. Mr. Washburne, (interrupting its reading.) I object to the introduction of that resolution. We have had enough of it read. Mr. Cox. I move to suspend the rules to enable me to introduce it. The reading of the resolution was resumed and completed. Mr. Potter. I wish to ask the gentleman from Ohio if he is willing to insert, among the proposed commissioners, the name of James Buchanan? (Laughter.) Mr. Cox. No, sir; not at all. I call for the yeas and nays on the motion to suspend the rules. The yeas and nays were ordered. Mr. Roscoe Conklin. I move that the House do now adjourn. The motion was not agreed to. The question was taken, [on the motion to suspend the rules,] and it was decided in the negative — yeas 41, nays, 85.