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Second Manassas. Report of Colonel M. D. Corse, Commanding Kemper's Brigade. [The following important report does not appear in the Army of Northern Virginia reports, printed by the Confederate congress, and has never been in print at all so far as we know:] headquarters Kemper's brigade, September, 1862. Brigadier-General J. L. Kemper, Commanding Division: General,--I submit the following report of the operations of Kemper's brigade, which I had the honor to command during the battles
First Virginia Regiment24622212531
Seventeenth Virginia Regiment 55439 4348
Eleventh Virginia Regiment123853 6164
Seventh Virginia Regiment 1212536 4153
Twenty-fourth Virginia Regiment1451063 7378
I remain, General,
Your obedient servant, M. D. Corse, Colonel Commanding Br