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fficient service, and either by his side or in carrying his orders shared his exposure to the casualties of a well contested battle field. I beg to commend their names to the notice of the War Department, namely: of Captain H. P. Brewster and N. Wickliffe, of the Adjutant and Inspector General's Department. Captain Thomas O'Hara, Acting Inspector-General. Lieuts. Geo. Baylor and Thos. M. Jack, Adis-de-Camp. Volunteer Aide-de-camp, Colonel William Preston, Major D. M. Hayden, E. W. and Calhoun Benham. Major Albert J Smith and Capt. Wickham, Quartermaster's Department. To these gentlemen was assigned the last sad duty of accompanying the remains of their lamented chief from the field, except Captains Brewster and Wickliffe, who remained, and rendered valuable services as staff officers, on the 7th of April. Governor Isham G. Harris, of Tennessee, went upon the field with General Johnston, was by his side when he was shot, sided him from his horse, and receiv