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a, and Captain Kilpatrick, of the Palmetto Sharp-shooters. The country and the service mourns the loss of Lieutenant-Colonel J. G. Taylor, of the Second Mississippi battalion ; Lieutenant-Colonel D. W. Baine, commanding Fourteenth Alabama regimen gives me pleasure to commend to your favorable notice Surgeon Royston, Eighth Alabama, Surgeon Minor, Ninth Alabama, Surgeon Taylor, Tenth Alabama, and Assistant-Surgeon Saunders, Eleventh Alabama. They have each given abundant evidence of their sklayed coolness, courage, and skill in the command of his regiment. The Mississippi battalion, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel John G. Taylor, could not have had a more gallant and skilful officer to direct its movements. I am also much indebted ton this engagement, I also refer you to lists appended thereto. I regret to learn that in this engagement Lieutenant-Colonel John G. Taylor, of the Second Mississippi battalion, fell, mortally wounded, and died in a few hours. The loss of so gall