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medicine, with directions for administering it; but by an unfortunate mistake Capt. M. took the wrong vial, which proved to contain poison, and before medical aid could reach him he was beyond the reach of the surgeon's skill. I subjoin a few additional names of killed and wounded officers at Gettysburg; Col. Fry, 13th Ala, killed; Col. L. Pinckard, 14th Ala, badly wounded; Adj. J. E. Williamson, thigh broken; Col. Forney, 10th Ala, wounded; Col., Saunders, 11th Ala., wounded; Lt-Col. M. J. Bulger, 47th Ala., killed; Col. R. O. Whitehead, 16th Va., wounded; Maj. Owen, 9th Va., killed; Adj. Jenkins, 14th Va., killed Of the First Maryland Battalion, Col. Hubbard was wounded; Major Goldstorough, wounded; Capt. Murray, killed; and Lt. Wilson, wounded; Col. Wm. R. Terry, 24th Va., wounded; Maj. Hambrick, 24th Val., slightly wounded. The fate of Lt. Col. W. S. Luce, 18th Miss., is yet unknown; at the last volley from the enemy he was seen to fall and has been missing since. Among th