poral Thos. Ketcham; drummer Henry Riger; privates N. P. Talbott, Greenberry Talbott, John B. White, John Lindsey, Richard F. Clifton, James Clifton, John Shepard, Horatio Burgoyne, Larkin Cullins, Wm. Riger, Charles Billingsly, John H. Brin, John Conoway, John P. Hamilton, Jacob M. Davis, Benjamin Johns, Wm. Moffitt, Joseph McFerrin, John McFerrin, Joshua Small, John Strong, Wm. Stewart, James H. Smith, Isaac W. Cahill, Stephen Crandell, Jas. Heller, F. B. Cox, J. M. Stone, John Strong, Jacob Reynolds, left in hospital at Lexington, Ky.; Elijah A. Newland, do.; Lycurgus Cooley, do.; Martin L. Monroe, do.; Wm. Dane, do.
Deserters — Israel Barker and Monuce Byrd.
Indianapolis Journal account.
A battle, yes, a terrible battle.
No wise conclusions of street-corner generals, or holding or forcing strategic points.
No mother's fearful visions as she bids her son Go, and God be with thee I No youthful brow flushed with dreaming hopes of wielding his naked blade in our holy ca