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Lieutenant Henry B. Lee, Aid-de-Camp, showed great bravery.
He was wounded in the hand bearing an order.
Major Watts, Captain W. H. Johnson and Lieutenant Champion, volunteer Aids-de-Camp, acted gallantly, and were of great service.
I would also mention Corporal Champion, of Captain Johnson's company, in charge of couriers, for his bravery.
He carried several important orders under heavy fire.
Dr. Smith (a civilian seventy years of age) acted as Aid-de-Camp and did good service.
Enclosed is a list of casualties--36 killed, 78 wounded, 3 deserted — total, 124.
Major-General Maury arrived on the morning of the 30th and assumed command.
The report of my future operations will be sent through him. Please find enclosed reports of Colonels Withers, Higgins, Thomas and Morrison.
I am, Major, very respectfully, your obedient servant, S. D. Lee, Major-General C. S. A., commanding on Yazoo. Major J. G. Deveraux, A. A.-G., Second District, Departments Mississippi and E. La.