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The regimental flag borne by my color-bearer has through its folds one cannon ball, two grape shot, and sixteen bullets, and one in the staff. The color guard were all wounded but the color-bearer, one mortally. The company flag of Company I was pierced with five balls and one on the spear head. Please attach this to my report. Respectfully, W. A. Gorman, Col. First Regiment, Minnesota. Report of Col. J. H. H. Ward. Headquarters Second brigade, Third Division, camp near Shooter's hill, Monday, July 29, 1661. Col. W. P. Franklin, Commanding Third Division. sir: The temporary command of this brigade having devolved upon me in consequence of the mishap to Col. Wilcox, I have the honor to transmit herewith the following report, also the regimental reports of a portion of the brigade, viz.: from the First Michigan regiment, the Scott Life Guard, Thirty-eighth regiment New York State Volunteers, containing detailed accounts of their action during the engagement near Bull