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, p. 101. The 38th Mass. headed the list of casualties with six killed and thirty-nine wounded, the 31st and 53d infantries and 6th Battery also suffering losses, the list including Capt. Samuel Gault of the 38th and Lieut. G. G. Nutting of the 53d. The corps flag of the 19th Corps—blue with a white star and the figures in red—was carried for the first time in this engagement. Lieutenant-Colonel Rodman (38th Mass.) mentioned a case of marked coolness and gallantry on the part of Private Patrick Smith (Co. D, 38th Mass.), who, coming suddenly upon three rebels in the wood upon the right, shot one of them and compelled the other two to surrender, and brought them both in as prisoners. Colonel Gooding's report, Official War Records, XV, 348. About this same time, Lieut. Chas. S. Sargent, volunteer aide-de-camp to General Banks, went to communicate with Admiral Farragut and found Admiral Porter at the mouth of Red River. He brought the report that Porter had captured Grand Gu