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lties and disadvantages which few, if any, regiments from Ohio have ever experienced, the men went into the engagement with an eagerness which only novices in war ever exhibit, and maintained themselves with a gallantry which would have done honor to veterans. Where all did so well, it may seem unnecessary and unjust to designate any by name, but I cannot close without calling your attention to the gallant conduct and valuable assistance rendered me that day by Major J. Brumback, and Captain J. M. Stuart, company A, who, after the first engagement, acted as one of my field-officers. Among the officers who were in the several engagements, and who displayed great personal courage, I desire to mention Captains Thomas, Darety, and Wylie; Lieutenants Peters, Thrapp, Strayer and Geomans. Lieutenant A. G. Tuther, Adjutant, although captured early in the day, displayed great gallantry, and rendered valuable assistance during the time he was engaged. Captain Taylor's company at the commenc
lties and disadvantages which few, if any, regiments from Ohio have ever experienced, the men went into the engagement with an eagerness which only novices in war ever exhibit, and maintained themselves with a gallantry which would have done honor to veterans. Where all did so well, it may seem unnecessary and unjust to designate any by name, but I cannot close without calling your attention to the gallant conduct and valuable assistance rendered me that day by Major J. Brumback, and Captain J. M. Stuart, company A, who, after the first engagement, acted as one of my field-officers. Among the officers who were in the several engagements, and who displayed great personal courage, I desire to mention Captains Thomas, Darety, and Wylie; Lieutenants Peters, Thrapp, Strayer and Geomans. Lieutenant A. G. Tuther, Adjutant, although captured early in the day, displayed great gallantry, and rendered valuable assistance during the time he was engaged. Captain Taylor's company at the commenc