To Lieutenant Richardson, Garnett, and Whittington I would call your especial attention, all having behaved well. To Sergeants E. Owen, J. M. Galbraith, and J. M. Brower, and Corporals Ruggles, Payne, Fellows, and Ellis, and to all the cannoneers and drivers I am much indebted for coolness and obedience to all my orders. I would recommend most highly to your kind attention Sergeants Edward Owen and John M. Galbraith. They behaved gallantly through the whole engagements, reporting at every moment the different positions of their guns and every little item of interest connected therewith.
We fired three hundred and ten rounds during the engagement, had one horse killed and five wounded.
Very respectfully, major, your obedient servant,
C. W. SQUIRES,
First Lieutenant, Battalion Washington Artillery.
Major J. B. WALTON,
Commanding Battalion Washington Artillery.
Numbers 80. Organization, at the dates indicated, of the Confederate forces combined at the battle of Manassas, under the command of Brigadier-General Johnston, C. S. Army.
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (AFTERWARDS FIRST CORPS), JULY 21, 1861.*
Brigadier General G. T. BEAUREGARD.
Brigadier General M. L. BONHAM
Eleventh North Carolina.
Second South Carolina.
Third South Carolina.
Seventh South Carolina.
Eighth South Carolina.
Brigadier General R. S. EWELL.
Brigadier General D. R. JONES.
Fifth South Carolina.
Brigadier General J. LONGSTREET.
Fith North Carolina.
Colonel P. ST. GEORGE COCKE.
First Louisiana Battalion.
Eighth Virginia, seven companies.
Forty-ninth Virginia, three companies.
Colonel J. A. EARLY.
Fourth South Carolina.
*From a field return for that date, but dated September 25, 1861. The reports following show other combinations during the battle. See Nos. 81, 85, and 92 for distribution of artillery and cavalry; Numbers 110 for organization of a Seventh Brigade; and Numbers 115 for the composition of Holmes' Brigade.