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ned officers, sixty-three privates; company C, Captain Rives, four pieces, two officers, seven non-commissioned officers, and sixty-two privates. Total, six officers, sixteen non-commissioned officers, and one hundred and twenty-five privates; making in all, infantry and artillery, the aggregate of nine hundred and sixty-one officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates. I commanded these in person, and was attended by my official Aid, and two volunteers--Lieutenant J. J. Wise, Captain George D. Wise, (who acted as volunteer Aid of General Holmes,) and Lieutenant Barksdale Warwick. As early as possible after General Holmes passed with his force, I followed, and reported to him at the Drill House, near New Market. There, finding President Davis, I submitted my action, in joining General Holmes without orders, to him, and, he approving, I took orders from General Holmes. He posted me in position on the extreme right of the high grounds near New Market. Rives's battery, on the