Wm. H. Kuhns of the 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, slightly touched from a cannon ball alongside the face.
Attending to duty.
H. S. Young, Company G, Wisconsin Regiment, musket ball in the head.
W. A. Matthews, Company G, Wisconsin Regiment, musket ball through the leg.
Bromis Napp, a Secessionist belonging to Capt. Avis's company of the 5th Virginia Regiment, Col. Harper commanding, was shot through the breast and still living, and lies in the house used for a hospital for our men. Frederick Palmer, of Company G, Wisconsin Regiment, shot in the right leg.
----Reed, of Company K, 11th Pennsylvania, musket ball in the breast.
Just before Mr. Reed was shot down, a cannon ball struck his musket, and bent it into the shape of an S, and cut away part of the barrel, besides driving the splinters into his breast.
Warren Graham, Fourth Sergeant of Company B, Wisconsin Regiment, wounded in the left breast, right arm, and left leg.
M. F. Hamacker, Company B, 11th Pennsylvania Regim