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--The last list of Brigadier-General ships contained some gallant names. Two from VirginiaReynolds and Wharton — richly merited the honor conferred upon them. They have been in the field sine the war began and have borne some of its severest trials, as well as sustained conspicuous parts in some of its hardest fought battles. Gen. R. while colonel has for the last two years commanded brigades in the Western army, and has a son, Lieut. Colonel Reynolds, who distinguished himself in command of a regiment at Chattanooga. All the promotions in this list we doubt not were won by gallant services in the field.

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