nder the command of Lieut.-Col. Major, who did good service.
They lost 6 killed and 5 wounded.
Brig.-Gen. McBride's division (605 men) lost 22 killed, 67 severely wounded, and 57 slightly wounded.
Col. Foster and Capts. Nichols, Dougherty, Armstrong, and Mings were wounded while gallantly leading their respective commands.
Gen. Parson's brigade, 256 infantry and artillery, under command respectively of Col. Kelly and Capt. Guibor, and 406 cavalry, Col. Brown, lost — the artillery three nt to the reports of the different commanders.
To my personal staff I am much indebted for the coolness and rapidity with which they carried orders about the field, and would call particular attention to my volunteer aids, Capt. Bledsoe, Messrs. Armstrong, Ben Johnston, (whose horse was killed under him,) Hamilton Pike, and Major King.
To Major Montgomery, quartermaster, I am also indebted for much service as an aid during the battle; he was of much use to me. To Col. McIntosh, at one time
Rober Wilson, David E. Sprouse, C. F. Bainbridge, Co. G; privates Orton H. Barnes, James Snowball, Ole H. Johnson, F. W. Godard, Thos. N. Morley, Wm. J. Cooper, Co. H; musician A. W. Parker, and privates A. Bigley, Joseph Guthrie, Jos. J. Lloyd, Chas. Nelson, Henry Schecter, Co. I; privates Mich.
Schabinger, Frank Diesel, John P. Adams, Fred. L. Phillips, John Reed, Co. K.
Missing.--Major Duncan J. Hall; Capt. Thomas Whiting, Co. G; Corporal J. K. Lowrey, and privates Robt. Armstrong, Roger Duffy, Charles Lord, Gardner Fuller, Jasper Luper, Philip Mulinix, Frank Russell, Henry Sterling, Enoch D. T. Sharp, Co. A; Corporal Richard M. Vaughan and private John C. Mercer, Co. B; Corporal Mathew W. Clexton, musician Marcus H. Perry, and privates Jacob Becker, Chas. Davis, Peter Hussey, Dan Nellis, Patrick H. McNamee, Thos. Maronie, Robt. Russell, Wesley Wilson, George M. Jones, Marvin J. Spoor, (two latter paroled prisoners,) Co. C; Sergeant Ed. Humphrey, Corporals Da