4th Ga. Regiment, engaged before Ellyson's Mills, Thursday evening: Killed--Privates A. Bagwell, J. Lee, E. Davis, R. M. Dawson, J. H. Digby.
Missing — W. J Reeves.
M. P. Swinney. Wounded--Capt. J. t not an inch of ground would have been yielded while a man remained to serve the guns, had not Gen. Lee, observing the deadly effect of the enemy's fire, ordered them to withdraw from the contest.
Teering on a regiment His body was brought to the city on Saturday.
Lieut. W. was a relative of Gen. Lee.
We regret to learn that Major T. S. Skinner, 1st N. C., was killed in the engagement on Tt was a spirited and creditable affair, General Toombs obeying strictly his written orders.
Gen. Lee pushed his advance until 10 o'clock last night, (Saturday,) and at 11 was in occupancy of the Y
A Federal Lieutenant, who was captured yesterday morning and brought to the head quarters of Gen. Lee, reports that two entire regiments had deserted during the morning.
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