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Morris, comd'g, Capt. Langley was sick but went into the fight and was wounded; Lieuts. Woody and Morris, all wounded; company B, color company Capt. Davis, wounded and missing; Lieut. Paine, wounded, company C, Capt. Halliman and Lieut. Dooley, both wounded and missing; company D, Capt. Norton, Lieuts. Reeve, Keiningham, and Blair, all wounded; company H, Capt. Watkins, Lieuts. Cuball and Martin, all wounded; company I, Lieuts. Ballon and Caho, the latter wounded. Wm. Mitchell, son of John Mitchell, in command of the color guard of the regiment, is wounded and missing. Lieut. Blair, of company D, commanded the skirmishers. We have been unable to get a list of the privates killed and wounded. Many of our wounded were brought back into our lined by the Yankees, who ... by the Federals to pursue them. The falling back of Lee was orderly, and there was no straggling by men who were unhurt. Another account. Another account, which is derived from a young and gallant off