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nt-General, Colonel James D. Fessenden, Major William H. Lawrence, Captain R. H. Hall, Lieutenants P. A. Oliver, and Samuel W. Taylor, aids-de-camp, bravely and intelligently performed all their duties. Lieutenant H. C. Wharton, a promising young ; the Ninety-sixth Illinois, Colonel Thomas E. Champion; the Thirty-fifth Indiana, Colonel Mullen; the Fortieth Ohio, Colonel Taylor; Ninety-ninth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Cummings; Fifty-first Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Wood,) under my command, left S and reenforced by other troops. This took place near nightfall and after night. In this charge, the Fortieth Ohio, Colonel Taylor, took two pieces of cannon, which have been turned over to the ordnance officer. A little after one o'clock P. M.,e little hardships of exposure unrepining. I specially commend Colonel Sid. M. Barnes, Colonel Thomas E. Champion, Colonel Taylor, Colonel Mullen, Lieutenant-Colonel Cummings, and Lieutenant-Colonel Wood for bravery and the skilful manner in which
the regiment which sustained the greatest numerical loss in any one action; and the regiment which sustained the greatest numerical loss during its term of service—of the hundred union regiments which lost the most men in battle, thirty-five belonged to the second corps. Fighting Joe hooker with his staff on the spot whence he directed his battle above the clouds: orderly, orderly, Colonel Joseph J. Reynolds, Colonel William G. Le Duc, captain H. W. Perkins, walker, the artist, lieutenant Samuel W. Taylor, captain R. H. Hall, major William H. Lawrence, General Joseph hooker, General Daniel Butterfield, Colonel James D. Fessenden Fighting Joe Hooker was a man of handsome physique and intense personal magnetism. He graduated at West Point in 1837 in the same class with Jubal A. Early and Braxton Bragg. Having fought through the Mexican War, he resigned from the army in 1853. On May 17, 1861, he was appointed brigadier-general of volunteers, and on May 5, 1862, major-general of