bravery and without flinching.
The same may be said of the non-commissioned officers and privates, with but few exceptions.
The following is a list of the killed and wounded:
Lieut.-Col. J. P. Coulter, wounded in the thigh slightly.
Company A.--Killed, E. C. Buckner. Wounded, F. B. Reed, left hand, not severe.
Company B.--Killed, J. J. Stillman. Wounded, Joseph Starts, left arm amputated; Henry Fry, head, severe, will probably recover; Sergt. J. P. Jackson, thigh, not severe; Jesse Thayer, left fore-finger shot off; Edwin Wood, slight; Westley Bort, slight.
Company C.--Wounded, First Lieut. D. B. Henderson, under chin, doing well; W. B. Warner, right thigh, severe, not dangerous; W. W. Quivy, near right ear, slight.
Company D.--Wounded, Sergt. C. W. Calder, right thigh, severe; John Rowin, left thumb shot off.
Company E.--Wounded, Charles Switzer, left cheek, slight; Seth J. Crowherst, right wrist, slight; Ethan A. King, right arm, slight, and right leg severe.