l; Corp'l John Worth, hand; private Chas Cooke, face; Richard A Moore.
Purcell Battery.--Killed: Lieut Zeph McGruder, Corp'l Peter Foster, private J Clinton Newcomer, Wounded; Corp'l Wm Partington, slightly; private R D M Sall, seriously; T. H. Thompson, slightly; William Cavanaugh, scalp wound; John Squires, slightly, Wm Mullen, slightly; Geo Plum, slightly; A W Otey, arm amputated; Jas Kinstray, arm amputated; E. P Jones, slightly; T J Campbell, slightly; J. W. Logwood, seriously; Samuel McCook, slightly; Corp'l Antheny Dougherty, slightly; John Williams, slightly; B Waldron, slightly; Geo Dockerty, slightly.
Killed, 3; wounded 18.
The following is a list of the casualties in the battalion Washington Artillery, from New Orleans.
They are attached to Longstreet's Corps — and were within close proximity to the enemy during the entire day, sustaining several charges:
First Company, Capt. C. W Squires — Killed: F. D. Ruggies, R McK Spearing, C. A. Falconer.
Wounded: A F