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mmunications to those officers, and a short communication to the War Department, I returned to Fort McAllister that night, and before daylight was overtaken by Major Strong, of General Foster's staff, advising me that General Foster had arrived in the Ogeechee, near Fort McAllister, and was very anxious to meet me on board his boas near Savannah. I wish to bring before the Commander-in-Chief the names of my staff, who so materially gave me assistance during the campaign. Lieutenant-Colonel William E. Strong, Assistant Inspector-General and Chief of Staff, ever afforded me the most cheerful and ready assistance. He always accompanied one or the other oThirty-second Ohio volunteer infantry, for long and faithful service, and completeness as an officer. I recommend for Brevet Brigadier-Generals: Lieutenant-Colonel W. E. Strong, Twelfth Wisconsin, Department Inspector-General, for long and faithful service, and for special gallantry at the battle of Ezra Church, July twenty-e
for distinguished gallantry. Much praise is due Lieutenant-Colonel William Tweedale, for the aid he afforded the Chief-Engineer in building wagon and foot-bridges across the rivers that we met. I tender my thanks to Admiral Dahlgren and Major-General Foster for their courtesy, and the assistance they rendered me in the operations near Savannah. I wish to bring before the Commander-in-Chief the names of my staff, who so materially gave me assistance during the campaign. Lieutenant-Colonel William E. Strong, Assistant Inspector-General and Chief of Staff, ever afforded me the most cheerful and ready assistance. He always accompanied one or the other of the columns en route, and used every exertion to have my orders carried out to the letter and spirit. Captain S. L. Taggart, Assistant Adjutant-General, aided by Captain W. Bedford, were never too weary to issue clear and distinct orders after the day's march, and otherwise constantly afforded me aid in bearing despatches. Cap
on, consisting of the brigades of Early, Hays, (Colonel Strong,) Trimble, (Colonel Walker,) and Lawton, (Colon, as was supposed at the time, a mortal wound. Colonel Strong succeeded to his command. General Pender was, and at Ox Hill, on the first of September, as Colonel Strong, who commanded on these occasions, was killed aeiving some damage. The Sixth Louisiana, under Colonel Strong, was left on picket two miles in front on the rthe enemy in their front, Hays's brigade, under Colonel Strong, of the Sixth Louisiana regiment, having fallencaused by an attempt of the officer in command, Colonel Strong, to change its position when the enemy were advreturned, leaving the Sixth Louisiana regiment, Colonel Strong, on picket two miles in advance; the Eighth Lou, one mile nearer the main line, with orders to Colonel Strong, should the enemy advance, to skirmish to the r from the field, and turned over the command to Colonel Strong, Sixth Louisiana. Our loss was twenty-four k