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mothers of the noble Boys who fell by his side will mingle their tears with her's. Gen. Hatton's remains will be removed to Tennessee. When independence and peace is restored to this now distracted land his soldiers-will see to it that his grave is marked by a stone which shall commemorate the noble and manly virtues of his heroic character. J. K. H. Casualties in the Palmetto Sharpshooters, (Col. Jenkins´╝ë Col. M. Jenkins, contusion on the knee by a musket ball. Company A, Capt Goss.--Killed: Private J. S. Turner. Wounded; Lt J. T. Kitchen, slightly; sergt W Wilkins, severely; corp'ls E Ray, mortally; A L Hunsucker and T Hughes. slightly; privates R Dupres, C P Fincher, W E Lemaster, S P Martin, P Paris, R N. C Vaughn, D Willard, J Walker, and L Saston, slightly; H Wix and W Harbison, severely; color sergt B W Saunders, slightly. Company B, Captain Kirkpatrick--Killed: W R Seaborne. Wounded: Sergt W P Harris, corp's S P McJunkins, John Jerkin, Baidus Dickson,