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ed: Privates Luther Roberts, Leroy Putrear, A P Gool, John Howell, Wm Brown, Martin Earls. Company I.--Killed: S Cargall, G C Kenady.--Wounded: J Steadman. Wm Martin, Phillip Suttle, Jack Robbins, Joab Huntlcy, W L Jones, M Kimble. Company K.--Killed: O L Hurlie. P G Green, H C Hamilton E. C. McLaughlin. List of Campany E, Lt. Miner, commanding. Wounded: Serg'ts Kelley and Jas J Ester, Corp'l Patterson, Privates Alex Farris, Jas G Richardson, and Wm J Sunpson. Missing: E W Martin. Company F. Capt. Hugh Nelson, commanding.--Wounded: 1st Serg't M M Lowry, Serg't J H Ellis, John C Rucker, Corp'l M V Shelton, Privates Thos Pucket, Thos Moh Ga; F C Hays, 20th Ga; John Craig, do; J A Waych, do; E Johnson, do, Nath Brown, 15th Ga. Howard's Hospital, June 28th and 29th J B Merrit, 8th Va; J B Martin, 19th Ala; J L Hearn; 35th Ga; Wm Haggarty, 8th Va; E A Lunsford, 8th Va; R S Lynn, 8th Va; A Compton. 8th Va; J C Oglesby, 15th Ga; N Royals, 20th N C. M Royals
el Gowl, 12th Va, Co. H, Richmond; Thos Holman, 1st N C, Co. A, Richmond; Jas Riteble. 12th Va, Co. H Richmond; John Strickland, Cobb's Logion, Co. K, Richmond; Wm Wynn, Cobb's Logion, Co. A, Richmond; Richard Norris. 9th Va, Co. D, Richmond; Wm Martin. White's batt, Co. B, Richmond; Jas Lowry. White's batt, Co. B, Richmond; Henry McFarland. White's Bart, Co. A, Richmond; Edward Wright, White's batt, Co. A, Richmond; Wm Kyle, White's batt, Co. A, Richmond; Chas Ellington, 13th Va Co. B, Richmond; Daniel Jones 2d N C, Co. F, Richmond; Robt Swith, 1st N C, Co. R, Richmond; Chas Wilson, 21 N G, Co. K, Richmond; Thos Londanslager, B eathed's art Richmond; Lucian Baggett, 2d C, Co. B, Richmond; Wm Smith, 3d Va, Co. A, Richmond; Martin, 13th Va Co. B, Richmond; Orange Rountres, 2d F C, Co. C, Richmond; Serg't John Oby 2d N C, Co. C, Richmond; Jacob Ham. 1st N C, Co. A, Gordonsville; Jas Pilkinton, 9th Va, Co. F, Richmond; liphraim Watson 12th Va, Co. D, Richmond; Edwin Faulkner, 9th
W D Porter, W H Roberts, W M Sclater, W G Thompson, J T Bohannon. Casualties in the Washington artillery. This battalion, stationed between here and Petersburg, has sustained the following losses up to yesterday morning: 2d Company.--Killed: Private Page Lapham. Wounded: None. 3d Company.--Killed: Private Henry Madden. Wounded: Privates A Leete, slightly; Henry Guillotte. 4th Company.--Killed: Corporal R G McDonald; privates E A Mallard, J S Foulkes, Wounded: Privates Wm Martin and Alfred Norcum. The situation in Southwestern Virginia. An official dispatch was received at the War Department Saturday giving a statement of the situation of affairs in Southwestern Virginia. The enemy moved from Blacksburg on the 12th, and went to Newport, Giles county. Gen. Crook had twelve regiments of infantry, ten pieces of artillery, and, according to a Yankee prisoner, one brigade of cavalry, which joined him since the battle of Cloyd's Farm. This prisoner states