nd Thirty-second Pennsylvania volunteers; Lieutenant-Colonel Wm. Jameson, Fourth New-York volunteers; Major Thomas A. Smyth, First Delaware volunteers; Major Charles Kruger, Fourth New-York volunteers, and Captain Salmon Winchester, an accomplished gentleman and a true soldier, who fell mortally wounded, while commanding and leading on his regiment, the Tenth New-York volunteers.
Also, to the valuable aid afforded me by the gentlemen of my staff, Lieutenant W. P. Saville, A. A.G.; Lieutenant Theodore Rogers, A. D., severely wounded by my side, while the command was under a heavy fire of musketry, and Lieutenant W. C. Inhoff, Aid.
Having already testified to the good conduct of those under my immediate command, it becomes my duty also to state that the First Delaware volunteers, detached as skirmishers, were reported to me as having behaved with great courage and endurance.
That after driving in the enemy's skirmishers, they sustained alone their fire for a considerable time, befor