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, others going in with squads from different regiments, and some detailed, or ordered back in charge of prisoners which they had assisted in capturing. While every member of the regiment who went into the fight, both officers and men, acted nobly and gallantly, still the conspicuous conduct of some of the officers and men, after the regiment became broken, and was acting in independent squads, deserves to be particularly noticed. Captain P. F. Frazier, of company E, individually took a Yankee Captain, a Sergeant, and two privates, while they were retreating from our forces, and delivered them in person (and without any other guard than himself) to General Jackson. Lieutenant A. W. Edgar, of company E, Color-Sergeant W. H. Powell, Sergeant C. S. Davis, Dr. J. B. Patton, and Surgeon Stewarts, only two of the party having fire-arms, one having the colors, and the Lieutenant his sword, at the instance of Lieutenant-Colonel Gardner, went beyond our lines after the fight, and captured a Ya