urage, and ere long the last armed foe will be swept from Southern soil, and made to seek hiding places in Northern climes.
But, in all candor, we believe the enemy himself acknowledges the complete overthrow of his forces on Tuesday night, and this is only the beginning of the end.
Below, we give the following official list of killed, wounded, and missing of the different companies, as far as received:
Clen h Rifles.--Killed, F. J. Cook, J. H. Adams; wounded, W. H. Smith, Newton Rice — both slightly.
Sealey Guards.--None killed, wounded, or missing.
Georgia Grays.--Killed, one; wounded, two slightly.
Irish Volunteers.--Company C.--Killed, John Stanton; wounded, Edmund Flyn missing, Thomas O'Conner.
Dauson Volunteers.--Killed, none; wounded, R. J. Hayes, badly; Thomas Caldwell received a shot in the left arm, making amputation necessary.
Company A, 7th Alabama Regiment.--Killed, 2; wounded, 6; missing, 1. Two members of the Madison Rifles atta