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ublic anxiety as to the result of the fight, I will premise a little, and give the list of killed and wounded on our side to-day, although it properly belongs to the succeeding letter. The casualties were as follows: Killed. Capt. O. Jennings Wise, 46th Va.; shot in several places. Capt. Coles, Company I, 46th Va.; shot in breast. Lieut. William B. Selden, C. S. A.; shot in head. Lieut. Neill T. Monroe, Company E, 8th N. C.; shot in breast, James D. Horn, 8th N. C. Corporal Lane, 8th N. C. R. W. Cameron, 8th N. C. Thos. P. Mulleneaux, 2d N. C. Johnston Williams, 2d N. C. Serg't John H. Talley, 2d N. C. S. J. Claiborne, 2d N. C. Alfred B. Scott, 2d N. C. John S. Turpin, 2d N. C. Wm. Bennett, 46th Va. Wm. Wilson, N. C. State Guards. Chas Bailey, N. C. State Guards. Total killed....16 Wounded. Fifty-ninth Virginia.--Lt. Walker, slight, in the leg; Geo. Collin, severe, in elbow; Thos. Robbins, Co. B, severe, in knee; William David, s