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d other officers were standing. It struck heavily in the sand, but did not explode. A quick response followed from Captain Weeden's battery, which brought an immediate rejoinder. This second shot, a solid one, struck one of the gunners, named Reynolds, on the right leg below the thigh. The limb was amputated; but he died fifteen minutes after the operation. A continuous firing was kept up an hour and a half; subsequently, intervals of from fifteen to twenty minutes occurred between the sh following is a complete list of the killed and wounded. killed. Charles L. Lord, private, battery C, Massachusetts artillery. Edwin W. Lewis, private, battery C, Massachusetts artillery. I. Ide, Co. E, Berdan's sharpshooters. John Reynolds, private, leg amputated, Weeden's battery. Adam Musser, private, Co. I, Sixty--second Pennsylvania volunteers. David Phelps, private, Co. H, Berdan's sharpshooters. wounded. M. C. Barrett, Co. B, Twenty-second Massachusetts, slig