ay were the following: Lieut. Col. Peyton Wise, 46th Virginia regiment, seriously wounded; Capt. George D. Wise, of Gen. Wise's staff, wounded; Col. J. K. Payne, 26th Virginia, killed, Lieut. Col. J. C. Councill, same regiment, wounded; Capt. John Cargill Pegram, of Gen. Matt., Ransom's staff, mortally wounded and since dead.
He was a son of Capt. Pegram, of the C. S. Navy.--Lieut. N. M. Wyatt, 24th North Carolina, seriously wounded.
We have heard of the following casualties in the 26th VCapt. Pegram, of the C. S. Navy.--Lieut. N. M. Wyatt, 24th North Carolina, seriously wounded.
We have heard of the following casualties in the 26th Virginia regiment, Wise's brigade, on Wednesday, Col. Randolph Harrison, severely, but not mortally; Adjutant Alexander, in the arm, Capt. Fred. Carter, of the Richmond Blues, in the groin, feared mortally.
Among the missing and supposed to be captured are Major Hood, of Southampton, Major Buttes, of the Petersburg City Battalion Captains Sturdivant, Sutton, Shelton, and Poindexter.
Attack on Fort Clifton.
Monday afternoon the enemy's gunboats came up the Appomattox and opened fire