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hird Massachusetts Cavally (dismounted), Lieutenant-Colonel Lorenzo D. Sargent. One Hundred and Thirty-first New York, Colonel Nicholas W. Day. One Hundred and Fifty-ninth New York, Lieutenant-Colonel William Waltermire. Third brigade: (1) Colonel Jacob Sharpe. (2) Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Neafie. Thirty-eighth Massachusetts, Major Charles F. Allen. One Hundred and Twenty-eighth New York, Captain Charles R. Anderson. One Hundred and Fifty-sixth New York (1), Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Neafie. Oses in the battle of the Opequon were heavy, amounting to about 4,500 killed, wounded, and missing. Among the killed was General Russell, commanding a division, and the wounded included Generals Upton, Mclntosh and Chapman, and colonels Duval and Sharpe. The Confederate loss in killed, wounded, and prisoners about equaled mine, General Rodes being of the killed, while Generals Fitzhugh Lee and York were severely wounded. We captured five pieces of artillery and nine battle-flags. The resto