in the right foot by a rebel from the hill-side.
The ball struck on the top of his ankle, and passed downwards, shattering the small bones of the foot.
The surgeons hope to save the foot, but it is doubtful.
High was in the front of the battle, and fell exclaiming: Captain, I'm hit, but I must have another shot; raising and standing on one foot he loaded and fired twice more, when, being faint, two of his comrades assisted him into the bushes.
Nicholas Black, a Brighton butcher boy, of Cincinnati, was struck in the forehead, over the right eye, by a buckshot, which lodged between the skull bones — a severe wound, but not dangerous.
He fell, and rising again, he took two more shots at the enemy.
Geo. W. Darling, of Newark, was shot in the left arm; the ball entered at the elbow, and traversed the muscles of the arm seven or eight inches, ploughing up a ghastly furrow; the bone was not broken.
David Edson, of Barnesville, Belmont County, slightly wounded in the right arm. Joseph B