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cheek, and it is thought will not recover. A Lieut. Gore [perhaps Cox?] was wounded in the arm.—Gazette, May 5. Five rank and file killed, 15 wounded, one missing. 10th Regiment. Lieut. Col. Francis Smith, Capt. Lawrence Parsons, Lieut. Wald. Kelly, Ensign Jeremiah Lester, wounded. One rank and file killed, 13 wounded, one missing. 18th Regiment. One rank and file killed, four wounded, and one missing. 23d Regiment. Lieut. Col. Bery Bernard wounded. Four rank and file killed, 26 wounay to the right, and ascended the height in one line, on which the Yankees quitted it without firing, which they did for one or two heights more successively.—Four officers of eight at the Bridge were wounded (Lts. William Sutherland of 38th, Waldron Kelly of 10th—wounded again at Bunker Hill-Edward Gould of King's Own, and Edward Hall of 43d), three men killed, one sergeant and several men wounded. Before the whole had quitted the town they were fired on from houses and behind trees, and be<