ly; J B Love, in ankle, severely; John Lewis.
in hand; B O Rutherford, in leg, badly; J W Turnage, in thigh, severely.
Company D.--Killed: Haney Tribble, John A Womack, G H B Holleman.
Wounded: Capt M L Walsh, slightly in face; 1st Sg't Hart Harris, in thigh, badly; Sg't Hearn, in head, badly; Corp'l S K Jennings, slightly; J H Webster, in thigh, badly; Privates J L Heern, in thigh, badly; F F Chamberlain, thigh slightly; R C Hughes, neck, badly; W T Hankins, fluges; J P Graves, shoulderdo.--Missing: Privates J Lehey, R Croker.
Company B.--Wounded: Sergt Leathers, slightly; Privates John W. McFarland, severely; Wm G Ray, slightly; W U Roberts, do; Wm Latta, do; Jas Moore, severely, left on the field.
Missing: Privates H S Harris, Wm Glann.
Company C.--Wounded: Capt W J Freeland, severely and missing; Corp'l W Woods, mortally and left on field; Privates S Haichens, severely and left on field; W T Gresham, slightly; W J Laycock, slightly; E N Blalock, mortally; J F Ha
fro of detachment of cavalry, artillery and infantry, and all that bustle and preparation that constitute the preliminaries of a "forward movement." This is no less gratifying to civilians than to the soldier who has seen wasting his energy and his health by the Lutetia of camp life — How a little "Stonewall"-ism, it faced into our military lines throughout their whole extent, would change the aspect of the war, and give us visible evidence of a speedy termination of our struggle !
Governor Harris is now here; also, General Kirby Smith.
I cannot speak by authority as to what movements are under discussion, but it is quite natural to suppose that our Governor thinks that Andy, the Usurper, has occupied his seat as long as the public welfare demands.
Hands an expedition for the recovery of Middle Tennessee is not only a possible, but a very probable event.
There are many refugees from Middle Tennessee now here — among them is Hon. And'w Ewing, and others of note.