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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Garland's report of the battle of seven Pines. (search)
siderably in advance of his regiment, was the second man to place his hand upon a piece of the enemy's artillery and claim it as our own. The first man was an officer of the Second Florida, killed soon afterwards, perhaps Captain Flagg. Lieutenant-Colonel Taylor and Major Wilson, of the Second Mississippi battalion, did their whole duty throughout the day, and succeeded in reforming parts of their line of skirmishers into bodies and carrying them into the fight. I regret that circumstances didd), Halman (wounded), A. Dupont and Crabtree. Company I--Corporal Belate (wounded). Company K--Captain Butler (killed). Company L--Captain Perry (killed); Privates Herndon, Dampier, Horton and Wilder. Fifth North Carolina. Lieutenant J. M. Taylor, Assistant Adjutant-General; Lieutenant J. A. Jones. Company E--Sergeant J. M. Miller, Color-Bearer; Corporals L-Bain and Benjamin Rollins. Company H--Sergeant James Goodman (for gallantry here and Williamsburg). Second Mississipp