e men whom death could not terrify—whom defeat could not discourage.
Below the above in large raised letters are the words:
On the east side:
First Virginia Cavalry: J. Conway Chichester.
Fourth Virginia: John H. Lee, Garrison Beach, William Beach, Templeton Selecman.
Sixth Virginia, Company A: Edward Nevitt.
Company T: James Robey, James Wrenn, Joseph Padgett, J. Berkeley Monroe.
Company K. Lieut. Geo. A. Means, Edgar Haycock.
Eleventh Virginink Fox, D. French Dulany, John Underwood, E. F. Davis, Fenton Beavers, Thomas Simpson, Addison Davis, John B. Davis, W. D. Gooding, John T. Arundell, Zachariah Mayhugh.
On the south side:
Seventeenth Virginia Infantry, Company A. D. McC. Lee.
Company F: R. M. Lee, F. Simms.
Company K: Robert T. Love.
Seventh Virginia Infantry, Company E: Sergeant S. Z. Troth, James T. Taylor.
Forty-ninth Virginia Infantry. R. T. Halley.
Nineteenth Georgia Infantry, Company K: Matthew Plaskett,
ortion of the captured as follows.
Those halth. Frank Goodwin, Silas, Smith, Silas Swann, John Gatey, Bailey Wilkinson, Dr. Guess Mr. Hagan, and James Dalton, John H. Lee was arrested, but made his escape.
Thomas McIlwing was arrested, but released with his stock, on the ground that he was a Union man. This foray was at the disthe seizure of the whiskey, the party indulged too freshly got drunk, and the privates quarrelled with the officers, and all hands got into a general fight, in which Lee seized the opportunity of making his escape.
They endeavored to seduce some of Lee's negroes to run away, but the fellows had too much self respect to be found in Lee's negroes to run away, but the fellows had too much self respect to be found in such company.
Particulars of the fight near Umsay, Ky.
The Bowling Green, Kentucky, correspondent of the Nashville Republican, writing under date of the 2d inst, given the following
particulars of the engagement near Rumeay, Kentucky:
News of the brilliant achievement of some of our cavalry have already reached