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. 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 due to Lieutenant A. M. MacMurphy, my efficient ordnance officer. Among the noble dead I have to record the names of Captain James T. Gillespie and Lieutenant S. M. Deadrick, Company I, Sixty-third Tennessee regiment; Captains 0. H. Prince, Company A, and J. A. P. Gordon, Company C, Lieutenant Wm. H. Watkins, Company B, Forty-third Alabama regiment, and Lieutenant R. H. Bibb, of the First battalion Alabama legion. I am, Captain, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, A. Gracie, Jr., Brigadier-General. Report of Brigadier-General H. D. Clayton. headquarters Clayton's brigade, near Chattanooga, Oct. 3, 1863. Major R. A. Hatcher, Assistant Adjutant-General, Stewart's Division: Major: The following report o