dier General in the Southern army.
We are pleased also to return all due thanks to the three companies of the 12th Georgia, and the one company from the 25th Virginia Regiment, which asaisted us in driving the enemy from the hill on our right flank.
It is said by the Yankees prisoners that between fifteen hundred and two thousand of their picked troops attacked us on the right flank, and between two and three thousand on the left flank.
List of the killed and wounded in Lt. Col. Hansbrough's battalion.
Company A--M. Y. B. Colling, killed; P. A. Masgrove B. M. Dawson. J. W. Halterman, and Herbert Murphy wounded.
Company B--Capt. Wm. H. M l hon and Augustine Herner, killed, Lt., L. D. Haymond, Serg't Wm. M Rader, J. W. Braeg, J. N. Brown, And, Ware, and M. W. Howel, wounded.
Company C--J. C. Green and Therman Tinny, killed; J. B. Young, Jas. A. Johnson, wounded; wounded; Amt Paugh, Leri Were, Leonerd Cutlip, Jas, Hall, and J. J. Blankenship, taken prisoners.