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is situation as exceedingly critical. Gen. Armistead was shot while standing on the enemy's entrenchments with his hat hoisted on his sword, cheering his men on in the charge. He fell into the hands of the enemy, and subsequently died of his wounds. Col. Williams, who commanded the 1st Va. regiment, received the fatal shot very soon after the infantry fighting became general.--He fell from his horse and expired almost instantly. The enemy obtained possession of his body. Maj. Lattimer, of the artillery, formerly Captain of Courtney's battery, is reported to have lost an arm; Col. Tazewell Patton, of the 7th Va. infantry, was severely wounded, and is missing; Col. Mayo, of the 3d Va infantry, slightly wounded, Major Otey, of the 11th Va., wounded in the shoulder by shell. The 1st regiment went into the action with six companies, and eighteen commissioned officers, of whom seventeen were killed, wounded or missing. The following is a partial list of the casualties