Ayres, 27th Georgia Reg. Vols., wounded in the left foot, slightly.
Lieutenant Norris DeSaussures Reg. S. C. Vols., wounded in the back by a shell; died yesterday in this city, and body sent to Charleston.
Lieut. Myerhoof, Co. D, German Artillery, Charleston, killed by the falling of chases on him in the fight.
Private Burnette, Co. F, 9th South Carolina Regiment, killed.
Claus Meyer, German Artillery, foot shot off.
Private Hawkins, same company, arm shot off.
Geo. Monroe, Co. C. 9th S. C., slightly in the head.
Sergt. S. M. Myrick, Dooly Guards, Georgia Vols., slightly in the face.
Private W. Stokes, same company, in the hand slightly.
Col. DeSaussure's horse was shot under him.
This list is incomplete, as the troops landed at different points, and a portion of them have not yet been definitely heard from.
It is reported that five of Col. Stiles' Regiment were killed, but it lacks confirmation.
Capt. Yates, of Charleston, reporte