War of the Rebellion: Serial 027 Page 0166 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA Chapter XXXI.

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Numbers 207.-Brigadier General Wade Hampton, C. S. Army, commanding cavalry brigade, of operations September 2-20.

Numbers 208.-Colonel Thomas T. Munford, Second Virginia Cavalry commanding brigade, of operations September 4-20.

Numbers 209.-Brigadier General Beverly H. Roberts, C. S. Army, commanding cavalry, of operations September 4.

Numbers 210.-Brigadier General William N. Pendleton, C. S. Army, Chief of

Artillery, of operations August 20-September 24.

Numbers 211.-Captain John G. Barnewell, Reserve Artillery, of operations

September 14-19.

Numbers 212.-Lieutenant General James Longstreet, C. S. Army, commanding Army commanding Army Corps, of operations September 2-18.

Numbers 213.-Lieutenant Colonel P. T. Manning, Chief of Ordnance, of the number of guns and caissons lost, &c., in the Maryland Campaign.

Numbers 214.-Colonel Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding artillery

battalion, of the battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 215.-Captain Marcellus N. Moorman, commanding artillery battalion, of the loss of artillery at Sharpsburg.

Numbers 216.-Captain Victor Maurin, commanding company of Donaldsonville

Artillery, of the loss of artillery, &c., at Blackford's or Boteler's Ford.

Numbers 217.-Colonel J. B. Walton, Washington (Louisiana) Artillery, of the battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 218.-Major General Lafayette McLaws. C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations September 10-17.

Numbers 219.-Brigadier General J. B. Kershaw, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations September 12-18.

Numbers 220.-Captain John P. W. Read, commanding battery, of operations

September 17.

Numbers 221.-Colonel James D. Nance, Third South Carolina Infantry, of

action on Maryland Heights and battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 222.-Brigadier General Howell Cobb, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of the battle of Antietam.

Numbers 223.-Lieutenant Colonel William MacRae, Fifteenth North Carolina Infantry, commanding Cobb's brigade, of the battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 224.-Brigadier General Paul J. Semmes, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of the battles of Crampton's Pass and Sharpsburg.

Numbers 225.-Captain Basil C. Manly, commanding North Carolina Battery, of the battle of Crampton's Pass.

Numbers 226.-Major W. C. Holt, Tenth Georgia Infantry, of the battle of

Crampton's Pass.

Numbers 227.-Captain P. H. Loud, Tenth Georgia Infantry, of the battle of

Sharpsburg.

Numbers 228.-Captain S. W. Marshborne, Fifty-third Georgia Infantry, of the battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 229.-Captain E. J. Willis, Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, of the

battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 230.-Colonel E. B. Montague, Thirty-second Virginia Infantry, of the battles of Crampton's Pass and Sharpsburg.

Numbers 231.-Brigadier General William Barksdale, C. S. Army, commanding

brigade, of the battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 232.-Captain A. M. Feltus, Sixteenth Mississippi Infantry, of

Featherston's brigade, Anderson's division, of the battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 233.-Major General David R. Jones, C. S. Army, commanding division,

of operations September 2-19.

Numbers 234.-Brigadier General Robert Toombs, C. S. Army, commanding division (temporary), of the battle of Sharpsburg.

Numbers 235.-Brigadier General Richard B. Garnett, C. S. Army, commanding

Pickett's brigade, of the battles of Boonsborough and Sharpsburg.

Numbers 236.-Colonel Eppa Hunton, Eighth Virginia Infantry, of the battles

of Boonsborough and Sharpsburg.