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ompany as having behaved well. He desires to mention the following named non-commissioned officers and privates as having displayed individual gallantry: Sergeant H. H. Moore, Corporal Robert F. Mackasey, privates W. W. Graves, Alexander Gilchrist, Alexander Nethery, R. D. Riggins, John D. Algood, Samuel W. Crowder, James Singleton, George T. Tucker, C. S. Roffe, and Henry Hoteln. Company H. The regimental commander reports private Dudley as worthy of special mention. Company I. Captain W. W. Wood was severely shocked by a bomb early in the action. The regimental commander reports all as having behaved well. Company K. Captain Griggs reports all as having behaved so well that he cannot mention one above another without doing injustice. The regimental commander reports the Color-Sergeant and guard as having won for themselves immortal honor. It consisted of Sergeant L. P. H. Tapley, killed, whilst gallantly carrying the colors in advance of the regiment; Color-Corporal Corn