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ck of the rebels.
Ashby was wounded slightly in the head, and not one of his officers escaped a wound, though none were seriously hurt.
Fifteen of the gunners were killed.
By great efforts the artillerists brought off the limbers and caissons.
Belge's First Rhode Island battery, famous all along the coast, for the first time lost a gun — a twelve-pounder brass field piece.
Captain Belge is reported wounded in the leg, and a prisoner.
The loss of the battery was heavy.
Hawley's and Barton's brigades, of Terry's division, Tenth corps, did the hardest fighting on the left of our line.
Both organizations suffered severely.
We took in all about two hundred rebels prisoners.
Among them were several high officers, a colonel, a major, and a score or more of captains and lieutenants.
Prisoners tell us that on Sunday night they were reinforced by three.
brigades from Richmond, but whether from Lee's army or not we could not determine.
Bragg and Jeff. Davis are positively asser