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t of this city, shot in the hand, and a prisoner. Richard A. Harrison, of this city, shot through the hand. Samuel Hall, bat merchant of Petersburg, shot in the thigh, severely. W. H. Hardee, merchant of Petersburg, in the leg below the knee, since amputated. Lt. Geo. V. Scoot, of this city, severely in face and leg. Norbourne T. Page, of this city, in the hand. Adjutant Guy G. Johnson, shot in the bowels, feared mortally wounded. Joseph Cooper, son of Joseph H. Cooper, Esq., of this city, wounded and a prisoner. A. C. Harrison, of this city, slightly in the arm. Richard M. Cary, formerly of Hampton, but now of Petersburg, in the thighs in two places — not mortal. C. L. Bartlett, Professor of Music, in three places, severely. A. S. Shafer, of Petersburg, in leg, slightly. Nathaniel Pritchard, of this city, slightly. Wm. F. Johnson, of Albemarle, (Sturdivant's battery,) through the head — supposed mortally. Wm. Griffi