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t arm amputated; J T Halley, hand; W B Dillion, leg; J M Hundley, leg; J R Morrison, hand; R Searer, hip; D Muck, foot; S H Muck, finger off; H H Marshall, leg; B F Stephens, leg amputated; J R Billings, side; W G Davis, finger off. Recapitulation.--Killed, 10; wounded, 83. Total, 98. R W. Cridin in, Captain 38th Va Infantry. Whig, Enquirer, Examiner, and Sentinel please copy. List of the killed, wounded and missing in the Courtney Artillery, Cutshaw's battalion, on the 17th May, 1864: Killed: Lt R N Vaughan, Private M T Hooper. Wounded: Lt Courtney and Private Jas Abbott. Missing, supposed to have been captured: Lt B C Maxwell, comd'g battery, Serg't B F Morrisett and B W Bennett, Corpia J W Hall, J B Cheatham, Jas Wilson, and Robt E Johnson, Privates Jno Blanom, Jas Buchanan, Henry L Carter, Samuel Conway, Jno W Cross, 3 Ford, D M Hartow, Jas Kersey, James Keith, W McGee, G H Murdon,--Osborne.--Bushbrock, Paul Stanly, Thos A Tyler, and Jas P Tyler.
they have been on blockading duty, on Monday morning, the 16th inst, dragging for torpedoes as they proceeded. Ten were found and removed without casualties on our side, and four more not yet anchored were found and destroyed on Prowatt's Island. At this point an expedition under the command of Capt Street was sent out some distance into the country, resulting in the capture of Acting Master Burley, of the Rebel Navy, together with three men, and the killing of six, including Acting Master Maxwell, formerly of the U S Navy, with the loss on our side of one killed and three wounded. The rebels taken declared their belief that, had our gunboats been two days later they would have been boarded and captured as were the Satellite and Reliance last fail by parties organizing for that purpose. From information received from citizens and others it is believed that there are still more torpedoes in the river off Tappahannock and at several other points on the river. The weather i