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eutenant-Colonel (afterwards brevet brigadier-general) Carruth of the 35th was shot through the neck and had to be carried from the field, as was the case with Captain King (afterwards colonel, 4th Mass. Heavy Artillery), who was wounded in seven places. Capts. A. W. Bartlett of Newburyport, and Horace Niles of Randolph, both of Brigade, sixteen light batteries, Capt. and Brevet Col. Augustus P. Martin commanding. Second Brigade, four regiments and two battalions heavy artillery, Col. William S. King commanding. Corps of Infantry: Brig. and Brevet Maj.-Gen. George H. Gordon commanding. First division, Brig.-Gen. Robert Cowdin commanding, regiments f00 men. 5th Cavalry, Maj. C. F. Adams, Jr., 50 men. Frontier Cavalry, 40 men. Artillery Division (Brevet Maj.-Gen. Joseph Hayes). Heavy Artillery, Col. W. S. King:— 1st Heavy Artillery, Col. Nathaniel Shatswell, 100 men, six colors 2d Heavy Artillery, Col. A. B. R. Sprague, 12 officers, 40 men. 3d Heavy Artille