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ounded, (reported mortally, and since dead.) These officers all behaved well. In the 18th Va., Col Edmond's horse was hit, and he himself bruised, by a fragment of spent shall; Lieut. Col. Whittle's horse shot three times; Major J. R. Cabell's horse shot. The conduct of these officers is commended, and Major Cabell's particularly. In the 2d Florida, Col. Perry's conduct is highly commended. Lieut. Col. Pyies being severely wounded, and Major Call killed, whilst both fighting gallantly, Col. Parry handled his regiment ably, in a most exposed position. In the 2d Miss. battalion, Lieut. Col. Taylor and Major Wilson are favorably mentioned for good conduct, and Capt. Bondurant, of the Jeff Davis Artillery. The gallant conduct of Capt. J. Lawrence Meem, A. A. General, who was killed, and of Lieut. D P. Halsey, Aide-de-camp, who was dangerously wounded, is spoken of in the warmest terms. This brigade carried into action 2,055 Of these, 703 were killed or wounded.