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to you for orders, when we were attached to the Thirteenth and Twenty-eighth regiments, under Cols. Smith and Moore, to attack the enemy upon his extreme right, of which movement Col. Smith will report. The movements and operations of the right wing will be reported to you by Senior Capt. J. D. Wallace, who assumed command after Col. John W. Lowe was killed. Respectfully submitted, C. B. White, Lieut.-Col. Com. Twelfth Regiment O. V. Capt. Wallace's report. camp Scott, September 13, 1861. Brig.-Gen. Benham: sir: On the 10th inst. the Twelfth Ohio regiment, commanded by Col. J. W. Lowe, advanced through an old encampment, on its way to the battle-field; at this point, an order was given by Capt. Hartsuff, of Gen. Rosecrans' staff, to advance through the woods toward the enemy's fire. The right wing of the regiment, viz., Companies A, F, K, and E, advanced through the woods, under the command of Col. Lowe, toward the enemy's fire, and in front of one of his batteries
establishing my line of pickets through Lewinsville. Please forward this report to General Johnston. Your obedient servant, J. E. B. Stutart, Colonel Commanding. General order--no. 16. Headquarters advanced forces, army of the Potomac, Sept. 13, 1861. The Commanding General is pleased to express his high appreciation of the conduct of the officers and soldiers under Colonel Stuart in the combat at Lewinsville, on the 11th inst. Such deeds are worthy the emulation of the best-trained sottention to orders. If our men will do themselves justice, the enemy cannot stand before them. By order of Brig.-Gen. Longstreet. Peyton T. Manning, A. D. C. and A. A. Adj.-Gen. General order--no. 19. Headquarters army of the Potomac, Sept. 13, 1861. The Commanding General has great satisfaction in making known the excellent conduct of Colonel J. E. B. Stuart and of the officers and men of his command in the affair of Lewinsville, on the 11th instant. On this occasion, Colonel Stuart
Doc. 49. destruction of the privateer Judah, September 13, 1861. Flag officer Mervine's report. United States flagship Colorado, off Fort Pickens, September 15, 1861. sir: I have the honor to inform you that a boat expedition was fitted out from this ship on the night of the 13th instant, consisting of the first launch, and first, second, and third cutters, under the commands of Lieutenant Russell, Sproston, Blake, and Midshipman Steece, respectively, assisted by Captain Reynolds, of the marines, Assistant-Surgeon Kennedy, Assistant-Engineer White, Gunner Horton, and Midshipmen Forrest and Higginson. The whole force detailed consisted of about one hundred men, officers, sailors, and marines. The object of the expedition was the destruction of a schooner which lay off the Pensacola Navy Yard, supposed to be fitting out as a privateer, and the spiking of a gun, in battery, at the southeast end of the yard. The movements of the schooner had been assiduously watched for
ned with canister upon the thicket, and quickly cleared it of the rebels. Some of them were shot by our small-arms men. I cannot speak too highly of the spirit and will of the crew, scarcely one of whom had been under fire before. I am, respectfully, your obedient servant, S. L. Phelps, Lieutenant United States Navy. Captain A. H. Foote, U. S. N., Commanding Naval Forces Western Rivers. Report of Commander Stembel. United States gunboat Lexington, Mound City, Illinois, September 13, 1861. sir: I have the honor to submit the following report, viz.: On Sunday night, the 8th instant, at half-past 11, I received an order from General Grant, through his aide-de-camp, Captain Hillyer, to proceed the next morning at daylight down the Mississippi River with this vessel to the town of Norfolk, Missouri, eight miles below Cairo, to afford protection to Col. Wagner, chief of artillery, who would move in that direction at the same time with a column against the enemy, who were