was riding around on horseback in the edge of the woods, near the Fredericksburg road, abusing my brigade generally, and claiming for his own most, if not all, of the prisoners that were brought to the rear, when really his brigade was leaving the woods guided by my Adjutant General, unconscious at the time that they were all to be made such heroes of by their General for having unnecessarily taken charge of the captives of another command.
|Officers.||Men.||Officers.||Men.||Officers.||Men.||Officers.||Men.||Officers and Men.|
|Seventh N. C. Regiment||11||3||28||4||3||43||46|
|Eighteenth N. C. Regiment||1||1||14||8||133||9||148||157|
|Twenty-eighth N. C. Regiment||1||7||1||17||3||97||5||121||126|
|Thirty-third N. C. Regiment||4||2||17||22||2||43||45|
|Thirty-seventh N. C. Regiment||4||18||3||30||2||38||9||86||95|