ster was lamented as a sad loss to the army, and to the Confederacy.
We hope hereafter to publish others of the more important reports of this great campaign.]
Report.headquarters Rodes' division, Orange C. H., 1863. Lt. Col. A. S. Pendleton, A. A. General Second Army Corps:
Colonel — In compliance with orders, I have the honor here — with to submit a report of the operations of this division during the period which elapsed from the breaking up of camp at Grace church, in Caroline county, to its return to the Rappahannock waters.
During this period the division was organized as follows: Daniel's North Carolina brigade, commanded by Brigadier-General Junius Daniel, composed of the following regiments: Thirty-second North Carolina, commanded by Colonel E. C. Brabble; Forty-third North Carolina, commanded by Colonel Thomas S. Keenan; Forty-fifth North Carolina, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel H. Boyd; Fifty-third North Carolina, commanded by Colonel W. A. Owens,