ver, a few exceptions, who will be left for punishment to the contempt of their brave comrades. Thomas J. Harrison, Col. Thirty-ninth Regiment, I. V.
Report of the loss in the Thirty-ninth regiment of Indiana Volunteers in the battle of April seventh, 1862:
Company A--Lieut. E. V. Peterson, commanding. Killed, William Henry.
Wounded, Philip Miller, severely; John Jackson, do; Benson Arrick; slightly; Andrew J. Kedder, do.
Company B--Capt. E. Reeves, commanding. Wounded, Corporal Sabin Johnson, slightly.
Company C--Lieut. Crowell, commanding. Wounded, Sergeant James N. Stratton, slightly; Stephen J. Baily, mortally; James Q. Odel, severely; Edward Hoover, slightly; Pembroke S. Bodel, do.
Company D--Capt. Thos. Herring, commanding. Killed, Lieut. Wm. R. Phillips.
Wounded, William H. Linder, mortally; Herrick Hoback, severely; Samuel Richey, do.
Company E--Lieut. Jno. F. McClelland, commanding. Wounded, Sergeant David W. Schock, slightly; Freeman S. Garratson, do.;