ts, and was gallantly led by its brave Col. Eppa Hunton, who had just returned the day before the engagement from a severe spell of sickness, and though very weak and emaciated, never fallered in the discharge of his duty.
Maj. Edmund Berkeley did much to inspire the men with courage.
T. B. Hutchison, Adj't.
List of Killed and wounded in the 34th north Carolina regiment.
Wounded: Col R H Riddick, Lieut-Col C J Hammarskold, and Adjt J W Riddick.
Company A.--Killed: Private Green Andrews.
Company B.--Killed: Drury Haull.
Wounded: Privates Wm Wright, Adolphus Withro, William Brooks, F M Green, A H Davis, Amos Hamrick.
Company C.--Killed: Private A G Wallace, G R Keeter, B O Tanner, W H Miller.
Wounded: L N McBryer, L A Daves, H Lumner, W G Conner, C M Crow, R M Harrill, A O Lynch, J W Wilson.
Company D.--Killed: Private J R McNeely.--Wounded: Capt W L J Lawrence Sergt T J Alkinson, Privates Wm Harvell, E Freeze, F M Miller, R A Overeash, Jool Corriher