early in the action, the company still continued to fight with commendable order.
Company K.--Captain Michael Gerity, commanding. Killed-Privates: John Cahill, James Danver, Edward Sullivan, John Sullivan--4. Wounded--Sergeants: Patrick Swords, Patrick Condon; Corporals: Peter McGreever, Edward Galliger--4. Missing--Captain Michael Gerity, (supposed to be killed;) Sergeants: James J. Monaghan, Martin Ryan; Corporals: Charles C. Landers, Daniel Sullivan, Wm. Byrne; Privates: Frederick Boff Geo. Blake, Dennis Callegan, Thomas Carvey, Patrick Collins, James Connor, Michael Clancey, Cornelius Denneen, Terrance Traddy, Wm. Eavley, Adam Heydenhoff, Wm. Harding, James Gifford, Robert Hesey, James Geever, Daniel Mahoney, James McCaller, Patrick McManus, Thomas Murray, Andrew A. Olwell, Bernard Pegram, Eugene Sullivan, Peter West, William J. Walsh, William Wallace, Antoine Schlessinger--33.
The supposition that Captain Gerity is among the killed is well founded, though not fully authenti