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ering by the Blandford Church road, have in sight. But this column had also started on a retrograde movement, for, to their surprise, too, they had encountered Sturdivant's battery, which had gone out by another road, and the two columns met and continued their retreat at a speed not at all slackened by the Confederate shell and ince George, a youth. He was killed by a bayonet thrust through the breast, and his head was severely mutilated with the butt of a musket. E. P. Brown, of Sturdivant's battery, from Albemarle. Wounded. Henry A. Blanks, of this city, seriously in body and arm. Dr. Wm. Bellingham, of Petersburg, a prominent dentihree places, severely. A. S. Shafer, of Petersburg, in leg, slightly. Nathaniel Pritchard, of this city, slightly. Wm. F. Johnson, of Albemarle, (Sturdivant's battery,) through the head — supposed mortally. Wm. Griffith, of Prince George, wounded in both thighs Jas Kane, of Prince George, in the leg.