A P Hall, do; W L Knight, do, Geo H Rea, do; W F Somerville, do; Ed Toumer, do; W T Weaver, do; James B Hollingsworth, do; Wm Tarlton, do; John C Catlin, do. Went into action with 72 men.
Compaon of artillery.
Company F, Metropolitan Guards--Killed: W H Abbott, A Sinhorn, W D Farley, James W Murphy, Frank Paine.
Wounded: Capt Phelan, slightly; corp'l Babbett, in arm; W H Colwell, sevs.
Wounded and left on the field: Priv Sylvanus Brooks and Robt T Conely.
Wounded slightly: Lieuts James R Love and A W Boyan, Corp'l D M Raby and A J Patterson, Priv N Childers, F M Brown, John L Drs 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 BActing 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