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Name, rank, and command. Remarks.

Private Isaac C. Snavely,

Company B, Ninety-third Ohio,

Third Brigade, Second

Division, Twentieth Army

Corps.

Private Samuel Rohrer, Company

B, Ninety-third Ohio, Third

Brigade, Second Division,

Twentieth Army Corps.

Private Allen Dodge, Company Colonel Martin, commanding

C, Ninety-third Ohio, Third regiment, says of these, their

Brigade, Second Division, coolness, bravery, and

Twentieth Army Corps. determination, who were

wounded slightly but remained

Private John McClay, Company with their companies and

D, Ninety-third Ohio, Third performed duty, "deserve

Brigade, Second Division, special mention."

Twentieth Army Corps.

Private William Armstrong,

Company D, Ninety-third Ohio,

Third Brigade, Second

Division, Twentieth Army

Corps.

Private James M. Logan,

Company D, Ninety-third Ohio, Colonel Opdycke specially

Third Brigade, Second mentions him as having

Division, Twentieth Army distinguished himself for cool

Corps. courage and capacity to

command.

Private Charles C. Chapman,

Company G, One hundred and Colonel McIlvain, commanding

twenty-fifth Ohio, First regiment, mentions this

Division, Twenty-first Army incident in connection with

Corps. his bravery:"He had lost his

speech and had not spoken a

Private Samuel A. Hayes, word for nearly six months; on

Company F, Sixty-fourth Ohio, seeing a rebel fall he had

Third Brigade, First Division, shot at, exclaimed, in a clear

Twenty-first Army Corps. voice, "I have hit him!" and

after that talked quite

freely, being greatly rejoiced

at his fortune. The brave

fellow later in the day was

wounded and left on the

field."

Name, rank, and command. Remarks.

Private J. H. Springher,

Company I, First Ohio, Third Lieutenant-Colonel Langdon,

Brigade, Second Division, commanding regiment, specially

Twentieth Army Corps. mentions them for gallant

conduct.

Private Caleb Copeland,

Company A, First Ohio.

Private John McCarthy, Company Major Williams, commanding,

A, First Ohio. says that his company

commissioned and non-

Private Alexander Beecher, commissioned officers being

Company B, Eighty-ninth killed or disabled, he took

Illinois, First Brigade, command and was respected and

Second Division, Twentieth obeyed.

Army Corps. Colonel Martin, commanding,

specially mentions him for

good conduct and capturing

Private David Kinsey, Company maps and papers while

K, Ninety-third Ohio, Third skirmishing.

Brigade, Second Division,

Twentieth Army Corps. Captain Huston, commanding,

says,"Struck four times: he

Private John T. Steele, stuck to his guns. When he was

Company B, Fifth Kentucky, with the Ninety-third Ohio,

Third Brigade, Second when the cannons were captured

Division, Twentieth Army he captured the battle flag.

Corps.

CINCINNATI, OHIO, January 8.1864.

GENERAL: I have the honor to transmit inclosed, through the proper military channels, a communication addressed to the President of the United States.

W. S. ROSECRANS,

Major-General.

Brig. General LORENZO THOMAS,

Adjutant-General, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.

[Indorsement.]

Inclosure not marked. Shown to Secretary of War and General-in-Chief, and sent to the President, January 14, 1864.

[Inclosure.]

CINCINNATI, OHIO, January 8, 1864.

TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:

I beg leave to respectfully invite the attention of Your Excellency to a violation of military usage and courtesy which, while it does