eddick G. W, shot in leg; R were shot in neck and shoulder; Rets D, wounded in shoulder; Saffarraus Capt.
J, shot in the body and through the lungs; Stith A shot in the breast; Sweeney Patrick, shot in arm and hand; Slatterly M, shot in thighs Taylor C, shot in lungs; Twy Dennis, shot in leg and arm; Teate James, wounded in shoulder; Waltree Lt. James, shot through hip and bowels; Walsh Thos, shot in leg; Welsh Fatrick, shot in leg; Ware Patrick, shot in leg; Welsh Jas, shot in knee; Walden Gilbert, wounded in leg; Wells E, wounded in leg; Williams John, shot in hand; Wilson John, shot in knee; Yaet A W. shot in neck and sides Young Frederick, wounded in shoulder.
Wiley Doyle, died on the way down.
Lieut. James Walker, son of A J. Walker, Esq., of this city, was taken home and died soon after reaching there.
Dr. Keller last evening reported the patient in hospital at the Overton Hotel to be generally doing well; no deaths had occurred.
Charles Taylor, who had a capable or s