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's command, but were repulsed, with small loss. Their reports, enclosed, will give particulars of their operations. Major Crumpler was mortally wounded, and Captain Ruffin taken prisoner. For other casualties you are respectfully referred to Colonel Baker's report. During the series of engagements in which the portion of the bwas directed by General Lee to make a bold, daring scout, and find out where the enemy was. I accordingly proceeded, with five companies of my regiment, viz., Captains Ruffin, Johnston, Barringer, McLeod, and Lieutenant Blair's, and the effective force of Colonel Goode's, (one hundred and fifty or two hundred,) down the New Market ant Gaines, Adjutant, wounded; eleven privates and noncommissioned officers wounded, and brought off. One private, Third Virginia regiment, severely wounded. Captain Ruffin, Lieutenant Shields, and forty-six non-commissioned officers missing, being wounded, killed, and thrown from their horses. All the officers and men behaved
Carolina, received a painful contusion, but did not leave the field. Lieutenant-Colonel Ruffin, Thirteenth North Carolina, remained with his regiment on South Mount Colonels D. R. McRae, Iverson, and Christie ; Lieutenant-Colonels Johnston and Ruffin. The latter was wounded three times at South Mountain, and exhibited the higheished for coolness and courage. The Thirteenth North Carolina, under Lieutenant-Colonel Ruffin, greatly distinguished itself at South Mountain. I regret that I havith two siege guns, to take position a fourth of a mile below the dwelling of Mr. Ruffin, making forty-three guns in all. As night approached, thousands of lights frocommand the heavy battery) to a position still farther back on the left, near Mr. Ruffin's residence, the four large rifles, to be operated by Captain Milledge and hie day, stating this fact. I also lost, on the sixth, one man prisoner from Captain Ruffin's company, and had one badly wounded from Captain Houston's company. I a