ned to Kearney, and Kearney remained near where I had left him early in the morning.
About nine o'clock my line of battle was established — Grover on the right, Carr in the centre, and Sickles's brigade on the left.
In the mean time, directions were given for all of my batteries to continue their march to our proposed camp n immediate front were preparing to turn our left, when all our reserves were despatched to strengthen him. No attack, however, in force was made, and Sickles's and Carr's brigades remained in position.
The former reports the capture of one hundred and fifty prisoners, in which are included one Lieutenant-Colonel, one Captain, five Lieutenants, and forty enlisted men, taken by Capt. Parks, company F, Second New-York volunteers, Carr's brigade.
To these should be added one stand of colors, all of which were forwarded to the headquarters of Gen. Sumner.
The loss of the rebels in this battle was very severe.
The field on which they fought was one of unus
John Nolan, in leg; Xavier Stoll, in leg.
Company E--Corp. Geo. W. Gentle, wounded in head; Corporal W. Williams, in face; John Garner, A. Carnahan, killed; George A. Peet, dangerously wounded and missing; P. Brady, wounded in foot; Wm. Fischer, leg; H. S. Henneman, foot; J. Koltoff, head; P. Cramig, thigh; J. R. Lamb, leg, slightly; E. Myers, shoulder; T. S. Rice, arm and leg; T. Wright, hip, slightly.
Company F--Lieut. James Kinkead, hand; Sergeant Jesse McLean, arm, (severe;) Sergeant James Carr, do.; Corporal Michael Boyle, leg; Corporal John Springmeyer, neck; Corporal John Coleman, leg; Corporal James Reynolds, hand; Corporal H. Brokamp, arm; privates, Reuben Daily, face; Charles Hinch, leg; Isaac Baum, wounded and missing; Charles Viner, hand; Richard Henniger, killed; privates, W. Drexillieus, killed; Henry Huier, killed; John Slossner, wounded in leg, (severe;) John McQuirk, do.
Company G--Wounded: Lieut. C. F. McKenzie, arm; Sergeant Wilson Gregg, since died; Corpor