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m; Lieutenant A Blair, do; Corporal H W Furcron, head; Privates L R Smith, killed, and buried on the field; N F Wheat, wounded in hand; G W MBoulet. Company B., Catakoula Guerrillas.--Killed: T Shultz, C Smith, W H Barnum, A Harvey, A M Stone. Wounded: Capt S W Spencer; sergtd, J M Cameton, W T Clark, Dawson, Day McBride, Manning, Rabon, M T Smith, D D Smith, T M Thompson, W A Thornton, Wm Waught, Winser. MissingSmith, T M Thompson, W A Thornton, Wm Waught, Winser. Missing: H H Briers, J E Minners, S A Stenson, and Vaughn. Company E, Wetumpka Light Infantry.--This company was not in the serious engagement,Allman, J B Conely, and J S Moore, slightly. Missing: Privates G W Smith and A M Watkins. Company I.--Wounded: Lieut L A Ward, slightlyightly in shoulder; Serg H F White, slight in the leg; Privates J S Smith, slightly in thigh; James Kezec, in the side; J W Mauney, in the heded: Sergeant Ed Martin; Privates C T Wilkinson, W H Hicks, and G M Smith. W. A. Forbes, Col. Comd'g. R. C. Bell, Adjutant. Ca
ompany F, Lieut. T. D. White, of Col. White's Palmetto battalion of light artillery. The enemy, with three gunboats, abreast the battery, and opened fire two o'clock at a distance of nine yards. The engagement lasted about three No one was hurt on our side, nor the injured. One of the enemy's gunboats disabled, the mast having been destruction round shot from the battery. The board were observed afterwards the injury. This battery is situated two miles from Fort Pemberton. Smith, of Company F, was also on the doing excellent service. After the enemy ceased firing, our troops fired some five rounds, when they were ordered to continue. Our troops behaved admirably were delighted at the opportunity their regards to the insolent foe. The fire from the gunboats was very rate, both solid shot and shell being at the battery. The enemy no doubt ed this attack for the purpose of prevent us from placing further obstructions S river. The gunboats, three in numbe