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ouaves."--Killed: Privates — McElroy, --Clark. Wounded: Lieut. Omohundro; privates J Griffith.--King. Company F, "Fluvanna Hornets;"--Killed; Privates F T Pace, John W Asblar. Wounded: Capt John T Martin; Privates J J Jennings; W E Thomas, Thos W Harlowe; Corp'ls W G McLane, John W Sadler; Privates Collins J Winston, B H Bragg, R S Campbell, A J Wilson. Company G. "Randolph Guards,"--Killed: Sergeants J B Farrar, H W K Davis; Private C C North. Wounded: Serg't P H Pollard; Private Thos North. Company H. "Amelia Minute Men."--Killed. Lt W T Robertson, Sergt J Y Taylor, Corp'l J B Fryser. Private D S Shoemaker. Wounded: Corp'l P L Burton, in both legs, Privates R E Warren; B E Morris, in hip; W W Motley, in foot; Jos Gibbs, in leg; Jas R Holt, slightly, in abdomen. Company I. "Mossingford Rifles."--Killed: Corp'l A T Sullivan, Private E A Carey. Wounded: Sergt J W Thomas, in both arms; Sergt R B Garland, in hand, Corp'ls John T Smith, in shoulder; W G Thomas, i
"Whose slave were you?" asked the correspondent, after a paase. Int Con.--"Mars'r Davis's." Trib. Cor.--"What, Jeff Davis !" Int. Con.--"Yis, Mars'r." Trib. Cor.--"And he treated you with great brutality, no doubt?" Int. Con.--"Yis. Mars'r, treat me fu' rate." Trib. Cor.--"But you want your freedom, don't you?" Int. Con.--"O, yis, Mars'r." Trib. Cor.--"How would you like to go North?" Int. Con.--"Putty cold Norf, ain't it?" Trib. Cor.--"O no. Ever been North?" Int. Con.--"Yis, Mars'r." Trib. Cor.--"To what place?" Int. Con--"To Florider, Mars'r." Trib. Cor.--"Florida!" Int. Con.--"Yis, Mars'r" Trib. Cor.--"Why, did Jeff, Davis ever live in Florida?" Int. Con.--"O, yis, Mars'r; he lib dar some forty fifty year, I spec's." The evidently untrustworthy nature of the replies of this man and brother began to strike the correspondent about this juncture, and he shut up his note-book and retired.