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the two latter wounded; Captain Fields, commanding Eleventh Alabama, Captain King, commanding Ninth Alabama, both wounded; Captain Otey, commanding Eleventh Virginia, and Captain Kilpatrick, of the Palmetto Sharp-shooters. The country and the service mourns the loss of Lieutenant-Colonel J. G. Taylor, of the Second Mississippi battalion ; Lieutenant-Colonel D. W. Baine, commanding Fourteenth Alabama regiment; Lieutenant-Colonel J. V. Scott, commanding Third Virginia regiment, and Major William Anderson, of the Palmetto Sharp-shooters. These brave and valuable officers fell at the head of their commands, in a desperate charge on the enemy's batteries. Majors Sorrel, Manning, Fairfax, and Walton, Captain Goree, and Lieutenant Blackwell, of my personal staff, displayed their usual gallantry and alacrity. After five days of night and day work, they kept up with undiminished zeal and energy. My volunteer aid, General Wigfall, remained with me also, conspicuous for his courage, coo