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L Floyd, arm broke; J P Burges, slightly, in breast; W M Wall, seriously, in the side; Pink Martin, seriously, in the head; J C Webb, slightly, in the shoulder; K C Blanton, slightly, in shoulder; W H Cooper, slightly, hip; Riley Baley, extent of wounds not known. Missing and supposed to be killed: Priv Burton Downey, Elber Davis, and P L Mintz. Company E.--Killed: Serg't W W Gibbs. Wounded: Privates Geo Wistnant, seriously and left on the field; W G Jarrat, slightly in the hand; W H Butler, seriously in the shoulder. Company F.--Wounded: Privates F F Dover, Thos Dover, W H Kay and Lewis Parris, slightly. Missing: Private B R Lewis. Company G.--Killed: Private H F Dorn- bush. Wounded: Lt John T McEutire, slightly on the head; orderly Serg't J G Sloan, very slight on the head, corp'l J C Alexander, in the vide; privates J H Bradley, severely in hip and foot; Jerry Atkinson, on head; W G Blanton, severely in the side; Z C Hardin, dangerously in loins and thigh; Thos
mpleted in time the would not have fallen a prey to the North vandals, nor her citizens been subjected to humiliating insults and revolting the infamous wretch, Butler. Aspect of Affairs in New Orleans. A gentleman who left New Orleans 19th ult., furnished some interesting regard to Picayune Butler and his ments. ThePicayune Butler and his ments. The infamous proclamation of ler in regard to the ladies of New Orleans issued on the 17th, and caused a ling almost indignation throughout the city, open and public manifestations of were made, but upon the countenance man could be read the determination of and if Butler ventures our within cayune Butler and his ments. The infamous proclamation of ler in regard to the ladies of New Orleans issued on the 17th, and caused a ling almost indignation throughout the city, open and public manifestations of were made, but upon the countenance man could be read the determination of and if Butler ventures our within
rutal and insulting proclamation, and notified Butler he would not longer hold the office of Mayor unless the order was revoked. Butler then had him arrested and sent to Fort Jackson. The Recordanything but what has passed the censorship of Butler. When Picayune issued his proclamation he sen Maginnis refused to do, and promptly notified Butler that he would not publish it. Butler sent wordd not yield to any man's order, and "would see Butler damned" before he would publish it. Butler theButler then sent down his own printers and set up and issued the proclamation. Maginnis is the only man that Butler seems to knock under to. There are about 10,000 Yankee troops in the city under the commthe negroes and some of the lower orders. Butler goes down every day, accompanied by a strong g influence over the inhabitants is unbounded.--Butler would gladly get him out of the way, but fearsvictorious army of the Southern Confederacy, and Butler and his myrmidons reap their-just rewards. [1 more...]