bove the knee; A A Morris, co H, 37th, wounded and doing well; 1st Lieut Edwin S Hart, of Bostick's Mills, &3d.
Wm Dearings, co A 19th; David Gardaer, co C, 48th; Philip Lynch, co I, 21st, H H Barryan, co F, 11th, well; John D Wondard, co c, 48th, right arm amputated, wounded in both thighs and right foot, not expected to five, since dead; A M Gill, co c, 13th, prisoner, but well.
South Carolina troops.
W E Roberts, co E, 13th; G H Rammage, co E, 13th; J Barker, Orr's Rifles; L A Griffin, co B, 1st; T J Tolbert, co E, 12th.
Wm L Talley, 12th Va; Madison Montgomery, co E, 6th; Lemuel Marks, co B, 31st; D Rosenbaum, co H, 37th; J W Racer, Fry's battery, left leg amputated, died May 27th; 1st Lieut John Latany, co I, 9th cav, wounded in breast; Virgil Carrol, Montgomery battery, Page's battalion, wounded in left leg; Jno N Aid, Carrington's battery, wounded and died May 23d; Jno W Douglass, White's battalion, Rosser's cav, di