erday were somewhat contradictory.
By some parties it was represented that everything was quiet, whilst others state that the enemy had reappeared on the Northern side of the Rappahannock and that during the morning there was a pretty brick infantry firing between the pickets of the two armies.
List of casualties in the 12th Virginia infantry, Dec. 12th, 1882 in battle near Fredericksburg:
Co A — Ira Brockman, eyes shot out.
Co B — John L Freeman killed.
Wounded: Ph Massey, head, slight At Dalin, slight; R W Tweedy, arm; Jas Trent, slight, inside.
Co C — Wounded: J P Duval, finger shot off; M R Figgina, slight.
Co D — Wounded: W W Pattus, leg, severe; Lewis Napper, finger; Wm Carpenter, slight.
Co E — Wounded: Martin Smith, arm slight; Wap Pemberton, arm, flesh; Philip Redd, leg amputated; Jos McMurrain, leg, slight.
Co F — Killed: Wm Thompson.
Wounded; Sgt N Wilhoit, finger; T J Pettit, finger.
Co H — Wounded: Serg't Mattmgly, no