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ssistant engineer, scalded severely; G. H. Doyle, first class fireman, ditto; Thomas Welch, first class fireman, scalded, perhaps fatally; James Tillot, first class fireman, William Sutherland, first class fireman, Edward Kelly, second class fireman, and Joseph Murray, second class fireman, scalded and wounded, perhaps fatally; O. H. Merrell, second class fireman, scalded very severely; Charles White, second class fireman, scalded very severely; Thomas Johnson, second coal-heaver, killed; John English, coal-heaver, M. Sullivan, coal-heaver, and E. Sullivan, coal-heaver, scalded; E. H. Mayer, ensign, and E. Sawyer, ensign, contusion, not severe; E. Clayton, ordinary seaman, and John Lang, captain after guard, wounded severely; William McKay, carpenter's mate, and George Simms, captain's steward, wounded, not seriously; and T. W. Smith, seaman, scalded. Respectfully, Your obedient servant, Edgar Holden, Assistant-Surgeon, U. S. N. Lieutenant-Commander F. A. Roe, Commanding. Ca
, Jaquelin P. Taylor, Joel B. Watkins, E. H. Gill. R. H. Dibrell, Arthur A. Horson. Meet at Tobacco Exchange at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. Monroe Ward--Judge Wm. H. Lyons, Chairman; Henry K. Eliyson, Wm, G. Dandridge, A. P Fox, Geo A Herring E. H. Skinker, John O Chiles, Thomas D. Quarles, Wm. H. Haxall, Dr. C. G. Barney, Samuel J. Harrison, Ro, A. Lancaster, A. P Harvey, John Enders. Wm. Barrett, Thos W. McCance, Benjamin Davis, T. H. Ellett, James Purcell, Andrew Pizzini, Logan Waller, Abram Warwick, John A Bowen, Oscar Cranz, Ro. W. Powers, Geo E. Bidgood F. W. Hannerwinkle Meet at Arlington House Tuesday morning, at 9 A. M. Fourth Ward--Gen J. R. Anderson, Chairman; Coleman Wortham David J Saunders, P. C. Nicholas, N. C, Read, W. W. Gwathmey, E. W Devoss, Samuel J. Rutherfoord, Lewis D Crenshaw, Moses Mittledoffer, Peter Lawson, Wm. S. Phillips, John English, Thomas Boudar, Juan Pizzinl, John Clash Meet at the residence of Gen. Anderson, on Tuesday morning, at 9 A. M.
A portion of General Hampton's forces, I learn, captured a battery of four pieces from the enemy. I think it was the hardest cavalry fight of the war. Some of our best officers were killed and wounded. Their names you will doubtless learn before this reaches you. Below I give you a list of the killed and wounded of the 10th Va. cavalry: Co. A--Caskie Rangers, Lieut Fulcher commanding. Killed: none. Wounded: 2d Lt. G. Doyle, slightly; privates Louis Eztel, slightly; John English, severely in foot; Stephen Hubbell, dangerously in breast; Joseph Gill, severely in arm and shoulder; Jas Willon, slightly. Missing and taken prisoners by the enemy: Privates M L Burton, Chas Childress, Joseph Childress, John O Fulches, Wm H Hidnall, Joseph Parker. Co F — Albemarle Rangers, Lieut Martin commanding. Killed: none. Wounded: Privates J W A White, in thigh; Joseph R Giles, in arm; Jno E Edge, in thigh; Sergeant Jas Darrett, in arm. Missing: Private Gidson Wescot, taken