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. Palmer, Charles Wilson. Third infantry, company K.--Killed: Privates John E. Barker, Samuel W. Thomas. Seriously wounded: Sergeant A. J. Austin, E. C. Hoyt; privates John Hensley, Thos. B. Walker. Frozen feet: Sergeants C. J. Herron, C. F. Williams; Corporals Wm. Bennett, John Lattman, John Wingate; privates Joseph German, James Urquhart, Wm. S. John, Algeray Ramsdell, James Epperson, A. J. F. Randell, William Farnham, John Baurland, Giles Ficknor, Alfred Peusho, B. B. Bigelow, J. Anderson, F. Bouralso, F. Brouch, A. L. Bailey, William Charleton, D. Donahue, C. H. Godbold, J. Heywood, C. Heath, J. Manning, Wm. Way. recapitulation. Co.Regiment.Killed.Wounded.Feet frozen.Total. A,Second cavalry,25714 H,Second cavalry,2111629 K,Second cavalry,5142140 M,Second cavalry,315826 K,Third infantry,242733   Totals,144979142 died after the battle. Private William Davis, company M, Second cavalry, February 2, at Ogden. Lieutenant Darwin Chase, company K, Second c
Hundred and Seventy-sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Militia. W. F. Fundenberg, Surgeon One Hundred and Seventy-sixth Regt. Pa. Mil. ----Newberry, Captain Steamship Cossack. To Rear-Admiral S. F. Du Pont, Commanding South-Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Charleston courier account. Charleston, February 2, 1863. The countenances of the dwellers in our ancient city have not beamed with so bright a light as they did on Saturday morning, since the joyous news was passed from mouth that Major Anderson had struck his flag, and Fort Sumter had yielded to General Beauregard. We annex the account of an eye-witness: At eleven o'clock, Friday night, the gunboat Palmetto State, Capt. Russell, bearing the flag of Commodore Duncan N. Ingraham, left her moorings, and proceeded out the harbor toward Fort Sumter. Abreast of Fort Sumter, passed the three steamers acting as tenders — the General Clinch, Etiwan, and Chesterfield. At half-past 4 A. M., the Palmetto State crossed the bar, and st