ove eighteen hundred, and that he thinks few returned to the Maryland shore uninjured.--This I believe to be not far from correct.
Taking the killed, wounded, drowned, and prisoners, I should say the loss would foot up to twelve hundred.
Our loss is as follows:
List of Killed and wounded in the Eighteenth Mississippi regiment.--Col. Erasmus Burt.
Killed--Privates Richard L. Gray, Levi Myers, W. D. Wade.
Wounded--Colonel Burt, seriously, (died Saturday following;) Orderly Sergeant Samuel McDowell, dangerously; Sergeant H. Jack, do; private Aaron Goodman, arm amputated; Howell L. Smith, severely; James Bloxon, do; Erastus L. Laird, do; Jas. M Oar, arm amputated; Samuel Arrington, seriously; Yancey Crops, do; Solomon Dobson, do; Andy J. Smith, do; Edward Myers, slightly; Wm. Radcliffe, do; D. B. Rucker, do; H. E. Pope, do; M. R. Campbell, do; J. R. Gray, do; S. D. Burns, do; C. Cherry, do; J. R. Knight, do; L. McLarru, do; Capt. J. M. Jayne, do; Lieut. W. P. Maxy, do; Serg