protected, while Col. Davis of North Carolina fell, engaged in sustaining an unholy rebellion.
The enemy's loss was thirty killed and fifty wounded.
We regret to know that four of our men were killed and eight wounded. The killed are as follows: George Robinson, Company A; home Amelia, Clermont County, Ohio, Joseph Harvey, Company H; Cincinnati, O., Jeremiah Hullinger, Allen County, O., and Jefferson Black, Cir-cleville, Auglaize County, Ohio; both of Company I.
Seriously wounded: John Essex, Isaac Z. Bryant, Henry A. Massey.
Slightly: Second Lieut. R. B. Underwood, B. A. Harper, J. G. Young, Jacob Genagi, Henry W. Price, and G. R. Wait.
We hope every report from the Thirty-fourth Ohio, Piatt Zouaves, may be better, until rebellion shall be crushed and peace and harmony restored. Cole.
The fight of the Piatt Zouaves.
The following letter is exclusively devoted to the fight which the Piatt Zouaves had with the rebels near Chapmansville, Va.
camp Enyart, Kanaw