sibly could, and we held the ground until the pontoon-bridge was finished and this wing of the army crossed, and did not ourselves recross again until the night of the fifteenth instant.
The following is a list of casualties of the Seventh infantry volunteers, on the eleventh and thirteenth of December, at the battle of Fredericksburgh:
killed--Lieut. Frank Emery, company G; Privates, Alonzo Wixson, company A; George Castner, company A; Corporal Joseph L. Rice, company C; privates, George Gibbons, company C ; Stephen Balcomb, company G ; Henry Crump, company I.
wounded--Lieut.-Colonel Henry Baxter, left shoulder, badly.
Company A--Corporal Patrick Furlong, arm broken; privates, Reily Falkner, hand; John G. Clark, head slight.
Company B--Privates, Ansil Billings, leg, slight; John Gibbs, hip; James E. Elliott, foot.
Company C--Lieut. Henry M. Jackson, arm broken ; Sert.
Charles Oakley, hand; Corporal George W. Vaughn, hand and arm.
Company D--Privates, Jacob Lair,