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A roll of honor.

The following is a list of the names of those officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates of Gen. Samuel Garland's 3d Brigade, Gen. Hill's 31 Division, who distinguished Themselves in the battle of the "Seven Pines,"May 31st and June 1st, 1862, (taken from the reports of regimental commanders;)

Fifth North Carolina, Regiment.--Serg't A. M. Milter, Coler Bearer, wounded; Corp'l L Rain and Corp'l Rollin, Co. E, wounded; Serg't James Goodman, Co. H. Lt. J. M. Baylor, Act'g Adj't, Lt. J. A. Jones, Co. H, wounded.

Twenty fourth Virginia Regiment--In the absence of all the field officers, and many of the company officers, (wounded,) the report of those who distinguished themselves in this regiment is necessarily postponed for a few days.

Thirty-eighth Virginia Regiment--Serg't Joseph Gardner, Co. A; Serg't Turner, Co. A, (killed;) private Mac Gilbert, Co. D; private L. P. H. Tapley, Co. D, Serg't James T Shacklefords, Co. E; private Robert Homes, Co. G.; privates Alex Gilcorts', Jno. D. All good, Giles A. Benton, James Wilson, James R Bugz, Co. G; Corp'l Hugh N. Weatherford, Co. G; private R. D. Riggins, Co. G; privates D. more, Thomas S. Size more, Anderson Solomon, Robert W. Vaughn, Richard Wilson, Jno. B. Gold, James Betchar, Co. I; Serg'ts G. W. Morrison, C. C. Marshall, Co. K; privates John Bullington, R. H. Estes, R. J. Hatcher, J. R Billings, Co. K; Corp'l R. C. Fortune, Co R, (gilled) The commanding officers of A, B, E, and F, are absent, wounded, and consequently no report is made from these companies Lt. Samuel A. Seramon, Co. C, (gilled;) Capt. Edgar W. Carrington, (gilled;) Capt. Shiel's, S. Lucke, Co. H, (gilled;) Lt. Wm Norman, Co. C, (killed; Lt. Charles Scott, Co H, (killed;) Color Bearer R McDowell, (killed;)

Twenty-third North Carolina Regiment.--In the absence of all the field Officers and a number of the company commanders wounded, the report of the names of those who distinguished themselves is unavoidably postponed for a few days.

Second Mississippi Battalion--Private Sutton, Co, A, private Wills, Co B, private Hankman, Co. H, sergt weeks, Co. G, private , Co. C.

Second Florid--Private Drummend, Co. private James Powell, Co. H; sergeant Riley, Co. Corp'l Reason, Co. privates Bradley, Cooper, Kennedy, Bryant, Penny, Co. A; private Reed, Cushman, Co. A. private Wilkie, Co. F; L; Jenkins, Co. P: Lt Thompson, Co B; privates Finley, Crosby, Colson, Tidwell, Parker, and Malphars, Co. B; sergt Williams, color-bearer, (wounded); Corp'l J B Cason; privates Gahegan, Wilkinson, Cone, Mater, Co C; Lt Parker, Co. I; sergeant Stephens privates Bowis, Morrison, and Walter, Co. D; Capt McDauslin, Co. E, mortally wounded; Lt. Reynolds, Co, E, killed; sergt Roberts, corp's Howard, Cross, and private Rurbson, Co. E, privates Tillingbast, pooter, Irvin; killed; and Butler, Co. F., Passer, killed; Capt Flagg, Co. G, killed; Lt Brown, Co. G, Killed; Lt Wright, Co. G., killed, sergt Roberts, Co, G, killed; private Masters, Co. G, Lt Carlisle, Co. H, privates Papy, Halliman, killed, Co. H, privates A Dupont, Crabtree, Co. H. Corp'l Balote, Co. J. Batler, Co. K, killed; Capt Perry, Co. L, privates Herndon, Dampler, Horton and Wilder, Co. L.

Jeff. Davis Artillery.--Sergt J L Moore, private Jos Blankinship.

The conduct of all the field officers of the brigades is commended. in the report of the brigade commander. The list of casualties amongst them was heavy. In the 5th Alabama, Col. McRae, who had dragged himself from a bed of sickness to take command, was compelled from physical exsection to be carried from the field at an early hour. She Lieut-Col, being killed at Williamsburg, the command devolved upon Major Sinclair, whose conduct is commended.

In the 24th Va., Col. Terry and Lieut Col. Hairaton being wounded at Williamsburg, the regiment was led by Major R. L. Maury, who had his horse shot, and was then wounded himself while behaving gallantly.

In the 23d North Carolina, Col. D. H. Christic had his horse shot under him, and falling, was severely bruised; Lieut. Col. Johnston severely wounded; Major Christain wounded, (reported mortally, and since dead.) These officers all behaved well.

In the 18th Va., Col Edmond's horse was hit, and he himself bruised, by a fragment of spent shall; Lieut. Col. Whittle's horse shot three times; Major J. R. Cabell's horse shot. The conduct of these officers is commended, and Major Cabell's particularly.

In the 2d Florida, Col. Perry's conduct is highly commended. Lieut. Col. Pyies being severely wounded, and Major Call killed, whilst both fighting gallantly, Col. Parry handled his regiment ably, in a most exposed position.

In the 2d Miss. battalion, Lieut. Col. Taylor and Major Wilson are favorably mentioned for good conduct, and Capt. Bondurant, of the Jeff Davis Artillery.

The gallant conduct of Capt. J. Lawrence Meem, A. A. General, who was killed, and of Lieut. D P. Halsey, Aide-de-camp, who was dangerously wounded, is spoken of in the warmest terms.

This brigade carried into action 2,055 Of these, 703 were killed or wounded.

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