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the charge at Chancellorsville, attracted my particular attention. The general specially noted the services of Capt. W. E. Mc-Caslan, Lieut. D. B. Taylor, Lieut. William Scott and Lieut. H. F. Riley; Maj. T. C. Elder and Maj. D. W. Hinkle, staff officers and volunteer aides. The Eighth lost 11 killed and 35 wounded, among the latacked the enemy near Hatcher's run, opposing the Federal attempt to extend their line of battle. In this engagement, S. W. Crowson of the Ninth was wounded; Colonel Scott of the Tenth received a serious wound, resulting in amputation of his arm; Captain Floyd of the Eleventh Florida was killed. The brigade was now ordered to wistine, applied for and received a commission to raise a battalion of infantry, the first organized in the State. He soon enlisted six companies, commanded by Captains Scott, Frink, Richard, Buckman and Kendrick. They were mustered into the Confederate army and assigned to duty at Fernandina under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Ho