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ker; Privates G W Sorrel, M V Bruce, S W Wilson, and Martin McGinnis. Wounded: Privates W P Sountain, badly in abdomen; C G Adams, severely on head; Wm A Dupree, slightly in arm; Moses Black, slightly in arm; Captain J M Fielder, slightly in foot. Missing: Privates Clement Arnold, John Blythe, and W P Peterson, (all reported badly wounded.) Company E, (Lester Volunteers,) Captain R P Lester commanding — Killed: Corporal T A J Armstrong and Private Cullen Otwell. Wounded: Privates M M Taylor, badly in arm; A J Hughes, severely in thigh; W E Dode, severely in hand; William Rogers, one finger shot off; O P Woodliff, severely in arm; F S Light, severely in both legs; George W Light, slightly in thigh. Company F, (Johnson Grays,) Captain R P Harmon commanding.--Wounded: First Sergeant A A Jordan, badly in hand; Sergeant John M Mason, slightly in arm. Missing: Lieutenant William O Clegg, reported to be badly wounded. Company G, (Yancey Independents,) Captain T T Mounger com