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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 3 Browse Search
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his brigade, insured a victory, and stimulated our men to earn it. With respect, sir, your obedient servant, E. O. C. Ord, Brigadier General Volunteers. Col. H. J. Biddle, Assistant Adjutant General, McCall's Division. Col. Jackson's report. Headquarters Ninth regiment Pennsylvania Reserve Corps sir: In accordance whose able disposition of his regiments and battery, and personal exertions to encourage and urge on his men, too much credit cannot be accorded him. To Captain H. J. Biddle, assistant adjutantgeneral of my staff; Lieutenant H. A. Sheets, aide-de-camp; Captain Clow, brigade commissary, acting aide-de-camp, and Lieutenant E. Beao close quarters with the enemy. I must now beg leave to recommend warmly to the notice of the general-in-chief the conduct of my personal staff, viz.: Captain Henry J. Biddle, assistant adjutant-general; First Lieut. Henry A. Scheetz, aide-de-camp; Capt. James B. Clow, brigade commissary and acting aidede-camp; Second Lieut. E.
igned,) "Geo. A. McCall." The enclosure in the above letter was as follows: "Henry J. Biddle, Assistant Adjutant-General, McCall's division, U. S. A., is wounded and a prisoner, now atd) "E. H. Smith, Surgeon." "Chimborazo Hospital, Division No. 3, Ward F, July 8, 1862.--Captain Biddle desires me to say that he is wounded twice by bullets, (in shoulder,) across the back and thHospital." The words in parenthesis in the above note are interlined in the original, in Capt. Biddle's own handwriting. His own note to Gen. McCall is as follows: Captain Biddle's note. Captain Biddle's note. "General McCall--Seneca Simmons, Colonel 5th Pennsylvania infantry, commanding brigade, died in hospital in woods by my side; is buried here. I laid out in field, mud holes house, and woods till dusk on 2d, and reached here at midnight. (Signed) "H. J. Biddle. "General McCall." Letter from a Union prisoner. The following letter is from a Union officer in prison at Salisbury,