First Lieut. Nesbit Comly, commanding company F, was stunned by a blow on the head, but joined again in the fight almost immediately.
Lieut. John W. Browning, commanding company G, was wounded three times before leaving the field.
Capt. Oscar L. Jackson, company H, a young officer of great promise, was severely, and, it is feared, mortally wounded.
He held his company in perfect order until two thirds of his men were killed and wounded.
First Lieutenant Wm. Cornell, commanding compan being twenty thousand strong; Price's constituting the left wing, and Lovell's small division.
Readers are probably familiar with the field.
If not, a brief glance at the map will give them all the geographical data they require — Bolivar and Jackson being kept in view as adjuncts of the great drama.
The eyes of the army --as Gen. Rosecrans sharply styles cavalry — were open, and the General was apprised of their approach.
Gen. Davies's division and other troops were sent out the Chewal