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Names specially mentioned for important service,&c.-Continued.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

D. S. Stanley,brigadier Chief of Commanded advance of

-general. cavalry.. right wing during its

advance from

Nolensville; is

specially mentioned

for energy and skill.

Hascall, brigadier- Commanding 1st Deserves commendation

general............ Brigade........ and gratitude of his

country.

Cruft, brigadier- 1st Brigade.... For holding an

general.......... important position,

and for extricating

his command from the

mass of confusion

around him.

T. J. Wood,brigadier- Specially mentioned

general. for distinguished

gallantry and the

H. P. Van Cleve,

.............{skill with which they

brigadier-general. handled their

commands. Generals Van

John M. Palmer, Cleve and Wood were

brigadier-general. wounded, but remained

with their commands

until after the

battle was over.

...............

Specially mentioned

for the courage and

J. S. Negley, skill displayed in

brigadier-general. handing his command.

Medical

director staff For gallant conduct

of Major- in the filed,and

C. McDermont,surgeon. General McCook. great care and

consideration for the

wounded.

Medical

director,staff For great zeal,

of Major- energy, and

G. D. Beebe,surgeon... general Thomas. efficiency.

Medical

director,on For prompt attention

staff of Major- to the wounded;great

A. J. Phelpe,surgeon... General energy and efficiency

Crittenden. in discharge of his

duties.

Minty,colonel,commanding FirstBrigade. Zahm,colonel........ 4th MichiganCavalry...... Deserves credit forthe management of hiscommand on the marchand in severalengagement.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

Murray, 3rd Kentucky Rendered important

colonel.......... Cavalry............ and distinguished

service,gallantly

charging and

dispersing the

enemy's cavalry in

their attack on our

train on Wednesday,

31st.

Zahm,colonel...... 3rd Ohio Contributed

Cavalry..... greatly, by his

personal example,

to the restoration

of order and

confidence in that

portion of the

Second Brigade

stampeded by the

enemy's attack on

Wednesday.

W. H. Gibson, 49th Ohio Has been several

colonel.......... Volunteers; times before

commanded Willich's recommended for

brigade. promotion, and is

again recommended

by General Johnson,

for meritorious

conduct. Is also

specially mentioned

by Major-General

McCook and

Crittenden.

Charles Anderson, 93rd Ohio Honorable mention

colonel........... Volunteers......... for gallant

conduct, by Major-

General Rousseau.

Wallace,colonel.... 15th Ohio Recommended for

Volunteers......... promotion,for

coolness and

Dodge,colonel...... 30th Indiana courage on the

. Volunteers........

field of battle.

6th Indiana

Volunteers........

Baldwin,colonel....

Has commanded a

15th Indiana, brigade for a year;

commanding brigade. is recommended for

G. D. Wagner,colonel promotion for brave and skillfulconduct during thelate battles.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

C. G. Harker, 65th Ohio Has commanded a

colonel.......... Volunteers........ brigade for a year;

is recommended for

promotion for brave

and skillful

conduct. He is also

specially mentioned

by Major-General

McCook, for

valuable services

with the right

wing.

John W. Blake, 40th Indiana Recommended to be

colonel............ Volunteers........ dishonorably

discharged for

being so drunk as

to be unfit for

duty. Before going

into action on the

31st, was ordered

in arrest by his

immediate

commander, Colonel

Wagner, and was

next heard from in

Nashville,claiming

to be wounded and a

paroled prisoner.

Hazen,colonel....... 41st Ohio Commanded a brigade

Volunteers........ is specially

mentioned for

courage and skill

in handing his

troops,and for

maintaining an

important position.

W. Grose, colonel.... 36th Indiana Commanded brigade

Volunteers........ is recommended for

coolness and

bravery in fighting

his troops against

a superior force.

Sedgewick,colonel... 2nd Kentucky

Volunteer Infantry

1st Kentucky

Enyart,colonel...... Volunteer

Infantry.

Displayed marked

90th Ohio gallantry on the

Ross,colonel...... Osborn,colonel.... Volunteer Infantry. 19th OhioVolunteerInfantry. field,and handled their respectivecommands with skilland judgment.

Name and rank. Regiment or Service performed.

detachment.

Samuel Beatty, 19th Ohio Volunteer Commanding brigade;

colonel........... Infantry. for coolness,

intrepidity,and

skill.