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Doc. 49.-expedition to cold Knob, Va. Colonel Paxton's report. headquarters Second Virginia volunteer cavalry, camp Piatt, December 2, 1862. Captain R. P. Kennedy, Asst. Adjt.-Gen., First Division Kanawha, George Cook, Brig.-General Commanding: sir: In obedience to your orders, I my command, consisting of companies G, I, F, A, K, D, E, and H, Second Virginia volunteer cavalry, in all four hundred and seventy-five men rank and file, in good order, on the morning of the twenty-fourth
ots were cut from their feet; other were more or less frozen.
My horses were very much cut down.
I cannot close this report without deservedly complimenting officers and men; but where all behaved so gallantly it is impossible to particularize.
But all honor is due Major Powell, who led the charge, and company G, Capt. McMahon, who led the column.
I have the honor to by your obedient servant, J. C. Paxton, Colonel Commanding Second Virginia Volunteer Cavalry. E. F. Gillen, Adjutant.