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M Fliny, in the left knee Company F--Killed: Private W F Fulton. Wounded: Corporals Howard Trossell, in the eyes; Howard R Hopkins, in the arm; Privates Joseph R Vaughn, in the hand; Joseph B Barton, wrist; Van Buren Costellow; in the wrist; Thomas E Owens, in the arm; W F Dickey, in the knee; Thos E Tavener, slightly in the arm. Company G--Wounded Capt J O Berry, badly in the hip; Privates J T Ayres in the shoulder badly; G W Commins, badly in hip; J H Dickey, slightly in hip; C C Dyer, in leg; John Mclntosh, slightly in arm; J E Frammel, badly in hip. Company H--Wounded: Lt C T Chamblin, in face badly; Serg'ts Elikbride Taylor, contusion of the arm; C M Fadeley, severely in the right shoulder; Corp'l G W Peacock, slightly in the arm; Private J P Bass, severely in the arm. Company I--Wounded: Private W A Dennis, in the arm. Company K--Wounded: Lieut I L Lake, in head and leg; Private E Redman, badly in the face. This regiment went into action with two hu