d, Captain S. A. Foote, Company E, slightly; John D. Lyon, Corporal, Company E; James S. Jackson, private, Company D; J. Urner Price, First Sergeant, Company A, since dead; Harrison Myers, private, Company H, since dead; Asa Smith, private, Company Krt the loss of three killed and four wounded. Two of those reported killed, died after we returned to camp.
One Sergeant, J. Urner Price, Company A, lost his left leg by a fraction of a shell.
Price was a noble fellow, and died a Christian, as he hPrice was a noble fellow, and died a Christian, as he had lived one.
The other, Harrison Myers, of Company H, had a spherical-case shot in his thigh, which was extracted, but he died immediately afterwards.
Amos Boyd, of Company C, was killed on the field by the explosion of a shell from the enemy's guns.
I recapitulate my loss as follows:
killed — J. Urner Price, Company A; Amos Boyd, Company C; Harrison Myers, Company H.
wounded--Captain L. A. Foote, Company A, and private John D. Lyon, Company E.
General, we are ready again, and ho