B. All of these officers behaved with great gallantry and bravery. Sergeant-Major Milton A. Lowe, on the battlefields of the 27th and 30th, more than once proved himself a brave and fearless young defender of Southern rights, and has won the admiration of all who saw him. Color-Bearer J. P. Little, of Company C, was wounded on the 27th, but was at his post again in a short time. Respectfully,
James H. Lane, Colonel Commanding Twenty-eighth N. C. V.P. S.--Our entire loss in all the battles before Richmond was subsequently ascertained to be one hundred and seventy-seven (177). It is due to Company H that I should state that I never had cause to complain of it after the Cold Harbor fight. In all the battles from that time to the close of the war, it behaved most gallantlly, and always in a manner to reflect credit both upon itself and the brigade to which it belonged.