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. Reynolds, Co, E, killed; sergt Roberts, corp's Howard, Cross, and private Rurbson, Co. E, privates Tillingbast, pooter, Irvin; killed; and Butler, Co. F., Passer, killed; Capt Flagg, Co. G, killed; Lt Brown, Co. G, Killed; Lt Wright, Co. G., killed, sergt Roberts, Co, G, killed; private Masters, Co. G, Lt Carlisle, Co. H, privates Papy, Halliman, killed, Co. H, privates A Dupont, Crabtree, Co. H.
Corp'l Balote, Co. J.
Batler, Co. K, killed; Capt Perry, Co. L, privates Herndon, Dampler, Horton and Wilder, Co. L.
Jeff. Davis Artillery.--Sergt J L Moore, private Jos Blankinship.
The conduct of all the field officers of the brigades is commended.
in the report of the brigade commander.
The list of casualties amongst them was heavy.
In the 5th Alabama, Col. McRae, who had dragged himself from a bed of sickness to take command, was compelled from physical exsection to be carried from the field at an early hour.
She Lieut-Col, being killed at Williamsburg, the command devo