War of the Rebellion: Serial 013 Page 0645 Chapter XXIII. SEVEN-DAYS' BATTLES.

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Davis, Brookfield (severely wounded), Taylor, and Haywood; Color-Sergeant Grimstead, wounded, and Privates Noah McDaniel, who captured 7 prisoners and John Trotman.

Colonel Wade, Twelfth North Carolina, mentions the good conduct of Lieutenant Plummer, Company C, and Private T. L. Emory, Company G.

My personal staff during these engagements consisted of Captain Charles Wood, assistant adjutant-general, and Lieuts. R. D. Early and F. M. Haywood, jr., the last at Malvern Hill only. I can most sincerely testify to their gallantry and intelligence. Lieutenant Early was severely wounded and Captain Wood had his horse instantly killed under him by a solid shot.

I present a succinct statement of killed and wounded and file lists of the same by name.

I have the honor to subscribe myself, major, your obedient servant,

S. GARLAND, JR.

Brigadier General Commanding Third Brigade, Third Division.

Major RATCHFORD,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

[Inclosure.]

Command. Killed Wounded Missing Total

5th North Carolina

Regiment:

Officers - 2 - 2

Privates 10 20 4 34

Total 10 22 4 36

12th North Carolina

Regiment:

Officers 2 9 - 11

Privates 49 151 1 201

Total 51 160 1 212

13th North Carolina

Regiment:

Officers 1 2 2 5

Privates 28 78 2 108

Total 29 80 4 113

20th North Carolina

Regiment:

Officers 3 11 1 15

Privates 90 270 5 365

Total 93 281 6 380

23rd North Carolina

Regiment:

Officers 1 7 - 8

Privates 5 73 - 78

Total 6 80 - 86

Bondurant's battery:*

Officers - - - -

Privates 3 14 - 17

Total 3 14 - 17

Aggregate - - - 844

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*In this battery 28 horses were killed and disabled.

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D. P. HALSEY,

Assistant Adjutant-General.