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Page 10 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter XLVIII.

THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.

88.-General G. T. Beauregard, C. S. Army commanding Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, of operations May 16-June 2.

89.-Major General Daniel H. Hill, C. S. Army, of operations May 16.

90.-Major General Robert ransom, jr., C. S. Army, commanding Department of Richmond, of operations May 16.

91.-Brigadier General Seth M. Barton, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations May 10.

92.-Colonel George K. Griggs, Thirty-eighth Virginia Infantry, of operations May 3-27.

93.-Major General Robert F. Hoke, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations May 16.

94.-Lieutenant Colonel George C. Cabell, Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, Corse's brigade, of operations May 16.

95.-Brigadier General Bushrod R. Johnson, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations May 6-11.

96.-Colonel John S. Fulton-fourth Tennessee Infantry, commanding Johnson's brigade, of operations May 7.

97.-Colonel R. H. Keeble, Twenty-third Tennessee Infantry, commanding Seventeenth Twenty-third Tennessee Infantry, of operations May 4-16.

98.-Captain William N. James, commanding Twenty-fifth and Forty- fourth Tennessee Infantry, of operations May 16.

99.-Colonel Abraham Fulkerson, Sixty-third Tennessee Infantry, of operations May 9.

100.-Brigadier General Johnson Hagood, C. S. Army, commanding brigade of operations May 6-16.

101.-Colonel Robert F. Graham, Twenty-first South Carolina Infantry of operations May 6.

102.-Major General William H. C. Whiting, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations May 16-17.

103.-Brigadier General Henry A. Wise, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of casualties May 16-20.

104.-Captain George D. Wise, Assistant Inspector-General, of operations June 2.

105.-Colonel William B. Tabb, Fifty-ninth Virginia Infantry, of operations May 8.

106.-Brigadier General James G. Martin, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of casualties May 20.

107.-Major Alexander W. Stark, Stark's Battalion Virginia Artillery of the capture of the U. S. gun-boat Shawsheen at Turkey Island, May 7.

108.-Brigadier General Stephen Elliott, jr. C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations June 2.

109.-Captain W. L. Trenholm, Seventh South Carolina Cavalry, of operations May 15-16.

110.-Lieutenant Colonel Wyatt M. Elliott, Twenty-fifth Virginia Battalion, Hunton's brigade, of the capture of the U. s. gun-boat Shawsheen at Turkey Island.

1. Reports of Major General Benjamin F. Butler, U. S. Army, commanding Department of Virginia and North Carolina, of operations May 4-20.


HEADQUARTERS IN THE FIELD,
Near Bermuda Landing, May 9, 1864.

(Received 12 noon, 20th.)

Our operations may be summed up in few words. With 1,700 cavalry we have advanced up the Peninsula, forced the Chickahominy,


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