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horse. Colonel Forney is also said to have been killed; this, however, is not so satisfactorily ascertained. General Stuart is reported by one of the prisoners to have been killed or wounded. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Geo. A. McCall, Brigadier-General Commanding Division. Brigadier-General S. Williams, Assistant Adjutant-General. List of killed and wounded. Killed.--Sixth Infantry, Samuel C. Walker; Daniel Darling. Ninth Infantry, John Sexton, (private); J. H. Stockdale. First Rifles, G. Raup, (private); S. Galbraith, (corporal); G. Cook, (private). Wounded.--Sixth Infantry, Captain Bradbury. Ninth Infantry, Captain Dick; Captain Galway. First Rifles, Captain Niles. Sixth Infantry, privates H. Lathrop, dangerously; W. H. Payne, severely; James Turenne, severely; W. R. Vandyke, severely; W. H. Dinsmore, slightly; Edgar Smith, severely; Thomas Conroy, slightly; Charles Yahn, severely; Benjamin Seely, severely; John M. Brown,
sergeant, one corporal, and twenty-three privates; prisoners. Appended you will please find a list of killed and wounded. I have the honor to be yours to command, S. P. Thompson, First Lieutenant, Company F, First Kansas Volunteer Infantry. Daniel H. Dow, First Sergeant, company F, First Kansas, killed; Theron Tucker, Captain, company F, First Kansas, wounded; Simon Atchison, Sergeant, company F, First Kansas, wounded; Milton Spencer, private, company F, First Kansas, wounded; John F. Johnson, private, company F, First Kansas, wounded; Rees Davidson, private, company K, First Kansas, wounded; Curtis Benton, sergeant, company K, First Kansas, wounded; C. R. Stevenson, sergeant, company G, First Kansas, wounded; John Kennedy, corporal, company A, Ninety-fifth Illinois, wounded; John Sexton, private, company B, Ninety-fifth Illinois, wounded; Thomas Cahill, private company E, Ninety-fifth Illinois, wounded; Dennis Kellogg, private, company E, Seventeenth Illinois, wounded.
New York Atrocities. --On Saturday night, at eight o'clock, on the Bowery, one of the most public streets in New York, a man was found lying dead on the sidewalk, stabbed to the heart. The man was named John Sexton, and a "Baltimore actor." name not given, is suspected of some complicity with the murder. On Saturday night a man named Martin, residing in Brooklyn, murdered his infant child by horribly gashing its throat with a razor. A quarrel with his wife and jealousy was the cause; but the man is supposed to be partially insane. On Sunday night a man was attacked in the City Hall Park, New York, and badly cut with a knife by a party of men who attempted to rob him.