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[165] made. Where all behaved so nobly, individual distinction cannot, with propriety, be made.

I cannot close this report without expressing my thanks to my personal staff for the able and satisfactory manner in which they discharged their duties. The wounding of so many commanding officers, among them the division commander, rendered their duties peculiarly arduous. They were discharged with zeal and promptness. Captain F. L. Price, my A. A. Gen., whose loss on the morning of the 3d I have to deplore, was an active, efficient officer, and did his duty nobly. My aid-de-camp, Lieutenant John G. Scott; my A. A. and I. Gen., Lieutenant John W. Kerr; and Lieutenant John Grace, volunteer aid, discharged their duties with a promptness and ability that merits special notice.

A list of the casualties in the several regiments, together with the reports from each of the regimental commanders, is herewith submitted.

J. B. Robertson, Brigadier-General, Commanding Brigade.

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