prisoners were captured — the Forty-second Mississippi taking one hundred and fifty, and other regiments perhaps as many or more. I am indebted to the members of my staff for the prompt and efficient manner in which they discharged their duties. My Aid-de-Camp, Lieutenant Estes, and Captain Lowry had their horses killed. Captain W. T. Magruder and Lieutenant T. C. Holliday, and Cadet James D. Reid were all in action and rendered valuable service. I am, Major, your obedient servant,
Joseph R. Davis, Brigadier-General Commanding.