ieutenants Phillips and Marable, 4; non-commissioned officers and privates, 114.
Thirty-first Regiment Georgia Volunteers.--Killed: Non-commissioned officers and privates, 29.
Wounded: Lieutenants Johnson, Harrison, Bozeman, and Brunson, 4; non-commissioned officers and privates, 137.
Total killed, 106; wounded, 386.
The battle of Malvern Hill.
headquarters Fourth brigade, Valley District, near Gordonsville, July 28, 1862. Captain A. S. d by the dead and dying.
I grieve to state that the list of killed and wounded in this battle is large.
Lieutenant Plunket, company H, was shot twice, and gloriously died on the field.
Major Carter, Captains Brown, Taggart, and Croft, Lieutenants Brunson, O. W. Allen, Stephens, McCarley, Darrah, and Carter, were wounded; besides many others killed and wounded — a list of whom is hereto attached.
Some have since died.
The whole regiment acted in the most satisfactory manner; and where all