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a ball in the shoulder, but not disabled. A musket ball passed across Gen. Couch's breast and only cut his coat. Colonel Briggs, of the Massachusetts Tenth, was struck in three places, and disabled finally by a rifle ball that passed through both things Colonels Kiker, of the Sixty-second New York; Dodge, of the Eighty seventh New York; Valley, of the First New York Artillery; and Ripley, of the Sixty-first Pennsylvania, were all killed Colonels McDartey, of the Ninety-third Pennsylvania, Rowley, of the 102d. Pennsylvania; Van Wyck, of the Fifty-sixth New York; and Hunt, of the Ninety-second New York, were wounded. Majors Ely, of the Twenty-third Pennsylvania, and King, of the Eighty-fifth New York, were also severely wounded. Sunday--the Second day. Our first anticipation had scarcely settled into the conviction that the enemy intended to give Sunday to care for the dying and dead than we heard the pickets at it. It was in front of Richardson's division. Richardson's lin