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er, Leopold Octtenger, John H Minor, Jacob Barnes, David Renttrow, Wm Todd, and Wm R Crafton. Company G.--Serg't. Richard L Dismukes Privates John J Barlow, Anderson H Cain, Alex W Chaffin, James Cook, James Dowdy, Jonathan Jordan, Ira F Swarenger, and Rufus W Wagoner. Company H.--Privates Moses B Diffes, Milan Morgan, Jrton, John C Reymer, James A Reid, Jas M Rickert, Thos Summers, Albert M White, John R Eldson, Joseph B Sherrill, David S Hustle, badly wounded; Serg'ts Andrew J Anderson and John A S Feirnater, Corp'ls John A Waddell and Jas A Holmes, Privates Wm S Beard, Geo Srady, Isaac N Brotherton; Augustus F Campbell, John H Campbell, Solomord, and Wm Brady. Co. D.--Second Lieut, M Clay Hazalle, slightly in hand; Corp's James Brower, H Pearsall and Cedar Parker, seriously wounded; Privates James Anderson, Wm Burnham, John T Beard, Elijan Croom, Combs, Geo W Casey, Wm Dinkins, John Daniel, John Holmes, Stephen Holmes, T R Lee, Joseph Lane, Elisha Myers, Ja
brigade in which they serve Gen. Longstreet had written a very neat note to the commandant, which was read aloud by Brig-Gen. Anderson; but when asked by one of his Aids to make a few remarks himself on the occasion, Gen. Anderson smiled, and said, gGen. Anderson smiled, and said, good humored and grimy, "Speech?--oh, the Louisianian require no speeches; they know what to do!" The battle flag is one of the Manassas pattern-- pink field, with a blue cross, and stars. Inscribed on one side is the name "Williamsburg" on the othe Chickahominy, Col. Coppens, the commander, was wounded early in the action, and carried to the rear. "Godwin," said Gen. Anderson, riding up, "Godwin, take command of the battalion." "Charge, General!" asked the noble Captain. "Yes, boys," said GGeneral Anderson coolly, while a hailstorm of shot was falling round. "Yes, boys, remember Butler, and charge!" "Charge," said Captain Godwin, of the Cressant Blues, in stentorian tones, and the battalion, giving one loud war-whoop, charged the enemy