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r-Corporal Thomas L Stuttz and privates John W erry and A J Wyune, the latter slightly. Company G--Killed--Capt Morris. Wounded — Private, N Phillipe. Company H--Captain Penn commanding. Killed--Private R. M. Scales. Wounded — Corporal P W Delton and private W H Hatcher. Company I--Killed--Captain William B Rector and Serg't H W Brown. Wounded — Serg't J W Shelter, Corporal R L Marson, and private, S Clay. Missing — Serg't J D Nowlin and privates Benjamin Hubbard, Hoses H Hendrick and John Reid. Company K--Capt comd'g — Killed--Color-Corporal S Trymp, and privates Thos. Potter.--Wounded — Privates R D Isaiah Haynes and M Teale. Corporal Jas H Payne, P Reld, and Wm Watkins, of those missing, are known to have been wounded. It is not, I believe, certainly known whether Capt. Morris is killed, or only wounded and taken. It is to be hoped that he is a prisoner. The horse of Lieut. Col D A Langhorne was shot under him while riding along the line.