s fired in battle.
As we rode through the field this morning, the enemy's bullets could be heard cutting through the corn and whistling by your ears as thick as hall, and yet but few of our men were touched.
The calculation recently made by some one, that it requires seven hundred halls to kill one man, is really true, though the calculation is not of much consolation to the poor fellow who gets the lated shot.
the following is a list of the casualties of the day on our side:
Wm Davidson, company H, 45th regiment, wounded in the left side severely.
Thos. Jones, name regiment and company, right hip, dangerously.
W. T. Boriss, Captain Newman's company, th regiment, in the side, slight.
Thomas Mendown, th regiment, flesh wound, thigh.
Charles Diary, company B, 45th regiment, in the finger.
C. G. Thompson, company F, 45th regiment, left leg fractured.
David Murphy, Captain Newman's company, left ankle.
W. H. Richmond, 36th reg't, both ankles.
S. S. Mel