icinity of our works, which were only a small part of those who fell under the steady fire of our troops.
Our lines were again established in the same positions, and have not since been disturbed, except by the perpetual attention of the sharpshooters, who occasionally pick off a man. The wounded have been sent to the rear, under the arrangements of Dr. Shippen.
Killed.--John Coffelt, I, One Hundred and Seventh Illinois ; William Peer, B, Fiftieth Ohio; W. R. Hagel, I, Fiftieth Ohio; John Franklin, B, Fiftieth Ohio; William Wiley, A, Fiftieth Ohio; John Clotter, K, Fiftieth Ohio; Joseph Smith, F, One Hundred and Fourth Ohio; Samuel F Totten, F, One Hundred and Fourth Ohio; Thomas E. Willians, G, One Hundredth Ohio; Daniel Hager, K, Fourth Kentucky.
The enemy have been very active in shelling our line to-day, under the impression, possibly, that some change is occurring in the disposition of our lines — which may prove correct.
I refrain at present from indicating what