Our loss was heavy (artillery), the infantry not being as much exposed as we were; their casualties were slight.
At our howitzer Willie Brunet was killed after firing some fifteen rounds.
He was killed in the act of giving the command to fire, the ball piercing him above the left eye. Early had four wounded.—viz., Vaudry, painfully in the breast; J. T. Pecot, painfully in the back; Eaton, in the wrist; Corporal J——, ball in the side.
At Carly's piece none were killed, but McGrath and Joe Murphy were shot through the arm,— the latter it is thought will lose his arm,—and young Ford.
At Woester's piece, R. A. Bridges was killed, Joe Bridges was shot in the leg; McCarty, in the foot; Dunbar, in the thigh; Lieutenant Cluverius, wounded in the side; Joe Reeves, through the leg; St. Germain, foot.
The loss in horses was heavy.
Woester had all eight horses of his piece killed, and his riding-horse.
Lieutenant Cluverius lost his horse Rebel, who was shot in the head, and died.