bell's horse was killed just in front of a battery.
The 88th has the colors of the 109th Pennsylvania regiment.
Casualties in Lynchburg Artillery.
Wounded: 1st Lieut James W Dickerson, in right leg; Corp'l George E Kendall, in side; badly; Acting Corporal James B Phelps; Acting Corp'l C N Wyatt, in leg; Private A D McCreary, both hands shot off and face badly hurt; Leon Fields, leg broken; Neal Shannon, in leg; Benj Pendletor, in head; W H Patterson, in head; Geo W Boby, in leg; Hugh Hughes, in wrist; Wm D Lindsay, in ankle; Thos H Goff, in head, slight; J H Brown, in side, slight; Wm May in leg; Wm Elmore, by wounded horses falling on and trampling him; M Thomas, in hand, slight; Geo Padgett, by wounded horse; John Callen, in side; Silas Spencer, by wounded horse falling on him, badly; Jas D Dalton, in leg; John W Mason, in ankle, slight.
Thirty-three horses killed and disabled.
Casualties in Company B, 6th Alabama.
Company B, 6th Alabama regiment, on Saturday rep