nel Sixth Michigan volunteers.
B--Major H. O. Whittemore, commanding Thirtieth Massachusetts volunteers.
C--First Lieut.----Trull, commanding Nim's battery, (Mass.）
E--First Lieut.----Brown, commanding three pieces Indiana battery.
F--Lieut.-Col.----Callum, commanding Seventh Vermont volu the lamented Williams, prosecuted the engagement to its ultimate glorious success, and made all proper dispositions for a further attack.
Magee's cavalry, (Massachusetts,) by their unwearied exertions on picket-duty, contributed largely to our success, and deserve favorable mention.
The patriotic courage of the following off two roads at right angles, while extending from road to road is a large cemetery, facing towards the city, and looking directly into the camps of the Indiana, Massachusetts and Connecticut regiments.
The front of this cemetery is fenced with paling, while the cemetery is thickly strewn with large tombs, and overgrown with high ra