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d), Surg. W. R. Kibler (wounded), Adjt.-Gen. G. A. Williams, Lieutenant Bostick, Lieutenant Dulin and Bugler Jacob Schlosser (wounded). Cols. J. H. Kelly, Eighth, and Samuel G. Smith, Sixth and Seventh, were wounded. Colonel Colquitt, First, was specially mentioned by General Cleburne. General McCown in his report mentioned the bravery of Arkansas color-bearers—Sergts. J. R. Perry and J. C. Davis, Fourth battalion; H. W. Hamblen and J. W. Piles, Second regiment; J. B. Bryant, Lieut. John Armstrong, Lieut. G. D. Gooding, all wounded, and Capt. John W. Lavender, Fourth regiment. The Thirtieth regiment was admiringly mentioned for coolly maintaining its organization though losing its last field officer, Maj. J. J. Franklin, and in one charge seven captains. Seven color-bearers fell in McNair's brigade. General McNair particularly commended last field officer, Maj. L. M. Ramsaur, First rifles (dangerously wounded). Others distinguished were Maj. J. J. Franklin (wounded), Adjt.