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e battle. The Fifty-second had twelve killed and sixty-five wounded, and seven missing. Amongst those were Lieutenant G. W. Seaford, killed, and Captain P. Moore and Lieutenant W. Ridgeway, wounded, in the Fifty-eighth. Lieutenant William H. Robertson, killed, and Captain John T. Martin, Captain Thomas R. Buckner, and Captain John S. Anderson, and Lieutenant Omohundro, Lieutenant James H. Hughes, wounded, in the Forty-fourth. Captain B. T. Walton, killed, and Lieutenant Lewis Harman, Lieutenant S. Brown, Lieutenant John Hanna, and Lieutenant James White, wounded, in the Fifty-second. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, W. C. Scott, Commanding Brigade. Report of General Taliaferro. headquarters Third brigade, V. D., camp near Port Republic, June 18, 1862. To Major R. L. Dabney, A. A. G.: Major: I have the honor to make a brief report of the operations of my brigade on the eighth and ninth instant. On the morning of the eighth, my camp, on the north side of the