nel Stone, of the Second Mississippi, Lieutenant-Colonel McLemore, Fourth Alabama, and Major Webb, Sixth North Carolina, commanding regiments, handled their men with consummate ability.
The officers of my personal staff, Lieutenants Terrell and Cussons, rendered the most valuable service, discharging every duty faithfully and gallantly.
Lieutenant Cussons was captured by the enemy while on a reconnoissance in front of the lines.
Privates Smith, Fourth Alabama, and Sharpe, Hampton legion, actLieutenant Cussons was captured by the enemy while on a reconnoissance in front of the lines.
Privates Smith, Fourth Alabama, and Sharpe, Hampton legion, acting as officers, also contributed valuable assistance.
The following is a recapitulation of the loss in the several regiments composing the brigade, as shown by the accompanying lists of casualties:
Sixth North Carolina,664
I am, Captain, very respectfully, E. M. Law, Colonel, commanding Third Brigade.
Report of Colonel E. M. Law of battle of Sharpsburg.
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