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1 Southern Historical Papers, volume VIII, page 180.
3 Southern Historical Papers, volume VIII, page 180.
4 Ibid, 219.
5 Reports Army of Northern Virginia, volume I, page 52.
6 I have omitted the artillery from my calculation as I have not sufficient data as to the State to which the batteries belonged, and there are but few reports, if any, from officers of batteries.
8 The strength of this brigade is not given in the reports; but in the lists of casualties published in the Mercury the numbers carried into action are given: First South Carolina volunteers (Hagood's), 324; Palmetto sharpshooters, 350; Fifth South Carolina volunteers, 220; Sixth South Carolina volunteers, 356. The numbers of the Second Rifles and Fourth battalion South Carolina volunteers are not given in their list of casualties in this battle; but in the lists of casualties at Frasier's farm, 30th of June, the numbers carried into action are given as, Second Rifles, 275, Fourth battalion, 70. Supposing their strength to have been the same at Manassas, this brigade would have had present 1,589.
9 Reports A. N. V., volume II, page 290.
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