ol. Tazewell Patton, of the 7th Va. infantry, was severely wounded, and is missing; Col. Mayo, of the 3d Va infantry, slightly wounded, Major Otey, of the 11th Va., wounded in the shoulder by shell.
The 1st regiment went into the action with six companies, and eighteen commissioned officers, of whom seventeen were killed, wounded or missing.
The following is a partial list of the casualties in the regiment:
Company B.--Capt. T. Herbert Davis, severely wounded and missing; Lt. J. Armistead Payne, wounded in side of the face and slightly in leg — was brought off the field.
Company C.--Capt. J. Hullinan, missing and supposed to be killed; Lt. J. Dooley, wounded and missing — he is not supposed to be seriously wounded.
Company D.--Capt. Geo. F. Norton, wounded in left side severely.
He was brought off, and is now on the South side of the Potomac Lieut. E. P. Reese, severely wounded in left arm — new in Richmond; Lieut. Keiningham, painfully wounded; Lieut. A. Blair, shot<