d with him, and he expressed perfect resignation to his fate, which he met in the same cheerful spirit that he has so well served his country.
Thus, without a murmur, passed away another of the numerous through of brave defenders of truth, justice and liberty.
In Helm's 1st Kentucky brigade 1,763 men went into action--432 only came out of it. Among the killed of this brigade we learn the following: Major Rice Graves.
Breckinridge's staff, Col. J. M. Hewitt, 2d Kentucky regiment; Capt. Harry Rogers, do.; Lieut. M. M. Carson, do.; Adj't W. Bell, do.; Capt. Daniels, 9th Kentucky; Lieut. Bell. 4th Ky.
Cheatham's division is reported to be in possession of Gen. Thomas's body.
Col. Bland and Major Hard, 7th S. C., and Col. Ould, of the 8th S. C.; Col. Hewett, 2d Ky; Lieut. Col. Inge, 18th Ala; Col. Wheaton, 22d Ala., were killed.
Col. John M. Lillard, 20th Tenn., and Major Haskell, 19th Tenn., dangerously wounded.
Col. Richmond, Gen. Polk's Aide-de-camp, was killed by