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The Daily Dispatch: September 25, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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gnally repulsed. Our total loss during the engagement as far as known up to this time is 2 killed and 11 wounded. In the 16th Ga. battalion 1st Lt. Andrew Stallins was badly wounded through the hips but not dangerously, also private Wm. T. Stevens. Company G.--Lieut. William Potts, right breast, seriously. Capt. A. H. Brown, of Nashville, independent fighter, in right arm. Corse's Brigade, 29th Virginia Regiment. Company F, W. J. Marsh commanding.--Killed: Elkanah Ayres and Crockett Johnston. Wounded: F. F. Ward, hips, flesh wound, not dangerous; Madison McGee, shot through both thighs, severe, but not dangerous; Granville Ayres, right forefinger badly shattered, since amputated below first joint in the hand; Geo. Coble, flesh wound, arm; Anderson McGee, in hand. Company E. Capt. E. Brewster commanding.--Robt. Mitchell, slightly wounded in the arm.--Company D, Capt. W. R. Worrell commanding. --H. Deal, in the arm slightly. Of the loss of the enemy we cannot speak wi