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nt artillerists, it was gladly accepted The four companies formed themselves into a battalion, and are under the following officers; Staff--Major J. B. Walton; Adjutant, Wm. M. Owen; Surgeon, E. S. Brow. First Company--Captain C. W. Squires; 1st Lieut, John B Richardson; 2d Lieut., Ed. Owen, (promoted from a sergeancy. for meritorious conduct during the battle of the 21st July) Second Company--Captain Rosser; 1st Lieut, C. H. Slocumb; 2nd Lieut.,-- -- Third Company--Captain M. B. Miller; 1st Lieut., J. J. Garnett, 2nd Lieut., James Dearing. Fourth Company--Captain Eshlemen, (wounded on the 18th of July;) 1st Lieut., Joe Norcum (in command;) 2nd Lieut., H. M. Battles. These are all men of marked characters, and gentlemen in every sense of the word. Major Walton is a man of powerful frame, straight and soldierly, and looks very much like the portraits of Napoleon III. He has a handsome face, regular features, blue eyes, heavy moustache, and barb d'arique, n