ker's battery suffered the most, and as it is from Richmond, I give you the names of killed and wounded:
Killed.--Privates Robert Bryant, J M Richardson, and Wm T Newell.
Wounded.--Lt J C Parkinson, severely in the knee, but will not lose his leg; privates Warburton, leg carried away by cannon shot, amputated and doing well; Trueman, very badly in the knee, leg not yet amputated; Cook, in leg, not very severely; Tumbridge, through the hand; Corp'l Duffey, in leg, flesh wound; Washington Bolton, in leg, also flesh wound.
The rest were slightly wounded, and will in a few days be fit for duty.--All were brought across the river, and are either at Shepherdstown or Winchester.
In the afternoon of Wednesday the enemy made a very bold charge on the right, where Longstreet commanded.
They flanked our forces and compelled them to fall back into a cornfield.
Beautifully did the dark blue lines come up the bill, and I greatly feared the result when I saw their superior numbers,