took his pistols and escaped unhurt.
Capt. King, of the Georgia Rozwell Guards, makes the following statement of the killed and wounded in his company:
Thomas Kirk, James Paden, B. F. Smith and seven are missing, and their fate unknown.
Capt. King, ankle, slightly.
Lieut. Dunwoody, in the hip.
Lieut. Bishop, left arm.
Lieut. Wing or King, left shoulder.
Sergeant Gossett, in the thigh.
P. Cobb, in the head and thigh — a bomb bursted over him.
Jim Hunter, wounded in a leg.
Joseph Simmons, in the hand.
John Simmons, in the leg.
H. Wallace, in the head.
S. Mitchell, in shoulder.
John Hix was run over by the Cavalry and badly bruised.
Wm. Bailey was wounded in the jaw.
The killed and wounded in the Rozwell (Ga.) Guards was mostly caused in the attack on Sherman's Battery, and at the time when the gallant Gen. Francis S. Bartow fell.
From other sources, and principally from the wounded now in our city, Mr. Pritchard