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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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both in the field and at the hospital, was most attentive to the wounded, as indeed were all the medical officers of the command. Captain H. E. Jones, my Assistant Adjutant-General, was most conspicuous for coolness and gallantry, carrying orders into the thickest of the fight; he was more exposed than any one in the field. Also my Aid-de-Camp, Lieutenant E. B. Cherry. I am happy to state that, though both these officers had their horses shot under them, both escaped unhurt. To Lieutenant J. N. Gilmer. Adjutant of the Alabama legion, who, during the absence of its commander, has acted as my A. I. General, and to Messrs. George C. Jones and J. T. Harwell (both wounded), my thanks are due for services rendered. Major E. L. Hord, my quartermaster, who so completely equipped my brigade, was constantly at his post, performing his onerous duties. Major C. D. Brown, my commissary, who, by untiring energy, kept the brigade constantly supplied with cooked rations. My thanks are also du