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favorable notice Surgeon Royston. Eighth Alabama, acting as brigade surgeon; Surgeon Minor, Ninth Alabama, and Assistant-Surgeon Saunders, Eleventh Alabama. These officers were prompt and efficient in providing for and attending the wounded, and arLieutenant A. N. Steele and Lieutenant Michie, commanding company, were both mortally wounded, and since dead. Captain J. C. C. Saunders and Captain W. C. G. Parker severely wounded, and also Lieutenant J. H. Prince, commanding company, slightly, aorable notice Surgeon Royston, Eighth Alabama, Surgeon Minor, Ninth Alabama, Surgeon Taylor, Tenth Alabama, and Assistant-Surgeon Saunders, Eleventh Alabama. They have each given abundant evidence of their skill and untiring industry in the treatmen-Colonel Christian, who fell mortally wounded in the charge of the thirtieth; Adjutant Williams, Captain Fauntleroy, Captain Saunders, Captain Rice, Captain Roy, Captain Jett, Captain Healy, Captain Lawson, and Captain Alexander, and Lieutenants Broc
cers of my brigade behaved in a manner highly creditable to them. I will only bring to his favorable notice in this report the four regimental commanders of the brigade, viz., Major Williams, commanding Ninth Alabama; Major Herbert, Eighth; Captain Saunders, Eleventh; and Major Caldwell, Tenth Alabama. It will be seen that there was no field officer of higher rank than Major, and of those but three. To my personal staff, Captain Walter E. Winn, A. A. General, and Lieutenant M. M. Lindsey, Nured forty-three, including the Lieutenant-Colonel of the Fourth New York regiment, a Major, three Captains, and four Lieutenants. We also captured fourteen cavalry horses with some few sabres, carbines, and pistols. Lieutenant Wilson and privates Saunders and Everett, of company A, were badly wounded by guns fired from the windows of the houses. The Louisiana brigade came up to our support, and succeeded in capturing several trains of cars. The next day I was engaged in protecting the fl