F. Jones, shot in the hip; Wm. H. Hamlin, shot through the right knee, the ball passing through the body of the horse and wounding his left leg; Henry Isenhower, flesh wound in leg; George Hamblin, gun-shot in hip; doing well; J. S. Z. Burnsides, flesh wound in the knee; Philip Faust, wounded in back, shoulder, and side; George W. Graham, ankle dislocated; B. S. Owens, gun-shot wound; Wm. Sexton, same; George Kneckler, slightly wounded; George Isenhower, fracture in the jaw; badly hurt; Edward Cheatham, slight gun-shot wound.
The surgeons were Dr. N. S. Hamlin and Dr. Wm. Sorrens. L. A. Cunningham acted as assistant surgeon.
The wounded were hauled back to Laclede by Mr. Cunningham, the assistant surgeon, and placed in a house.
Mrs. Hill, a kind-hearted lady of Laclede, was very attentive to the sufferers.
The loss of the enemy was fourteen killed and eight taken prisoners. A number of horses and camp equipage was also captured.
The old man who decoyed Col. Morgan into the ambu