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hich was supporting the battery, also giving way. --The artillerists were thus exposed to a very heavy enfilading and rear fire. The enemy rushed in between the guns and limbers, firing right and left on the men at the guns and the retreating infantry. The battery was afterwards retaken by our infantry, and on the following day one section of it was sent forward to go into action, but was not needed. The company had 48 horses killed. The battery is still manned and in command of 1st Lt. Henry C. Carter, who escaped capture. We have the following correct list of the casualties from Orderly Sergeant Wm. B. Gretter, who dates from "Camp near Spotsylvania C. H., May 11th." Killed.--Corporal E C Howard; privates S A Wakeham, G P Porter. Wounded — Sergeants G D Thaxton, slightly in leg; L Lumpkin, severely in side and leg; Corporal W. H Winn, severely in arm; privates L W Redd, mortally; H Bullington, slightly in side; E F Cullen, slightly in side; J M Fourqurean, slightly in leg