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so entirely succeeded, gave proofs of great gallantry and contempt of danger. I owe much to my personal staff. Major Llewellyn, Captains Charlton Morgan and Williams, and Lieutenant Tyler, acting as my Aides-de-Camp, gave proof of great devotion, being everywhere in the hottest fire, and Major Llewellyn received the sword of Colonel Stewart, and the surrender of his regiment. Captain Morgan and Captain Williams' horses were killed under them, and Lieutenant Tyler was severely wounded. My Orderly Sergeant, Craven Peyton, received a shot in his hip, and had his horse killed by my side. I must have forgiveness if I add, with a soldier's pride, that Watts and Sanderfer. Total 3. Wounded and left on the field on account of severity of wounds:--Corporal James Donoh; Privates T. C. Carnhill, B. F. Perdue, Henry Williams. Total 4. Wounded and not left :--Private John Leonard (slightly), John Thomas, R. F. Lear. Total 3. Total killed and wounded, 10. Respectfully submi