on, Jno D Findlayson, J S Massengale, J M Harman, Chas Lipsey.
J O Thomas, Wm B Whitfield.
wounded: Privates J S Bice, J M Corley, D L Erwin, A T Marin, Wm. S Phillips.
A G Smith E C. Smith.
J J Smith, E C Thomas, W H Veazey, J B Wilkinson.
Company C--Killed: Privates Jas. Dpt. G A Nelson; privates Jos Byrnes, D Fettche, R N Overstreet, W P Thomas, N O Thomas, F M Trice, H N Wootan, Wm Williams.
Company K--KiThomas, F M Trice, H N Wootan, Wm Williams.
Company K--Killed: J M C Payne Wounded: 1st Lieut W C Townsend, slightly; 2nd Lieut T W Fitzgerald, slightly; 1st Sergeant W H Jones, mortally; 3rd Sergeanund.
Adj't J H Capers,
Company a, "Raymond Fencibles," Capt Thomas--John Watson and F J Kelly, killed.
Wounded: F B Barton.
W H Dle, Jr, Sgt J H M Jor , Corp'l R S Campbell, Privates B T Kelly, Wm Thomas, J W Redgill.
J C Wilson, Ell M Riechbourg, R R Johnson, G W Wil J M Fry. Wounded severely: Privates D S Dickey, (and missing,) J T Thomas, Wm Richens, Joshua Ritchens, J P Nati, W C Reid, G Amy (Brown, Per
leons and one caisson; and the 4th company lost one Napoleon and one 12-pounder Howitzer.
List of Killed and wounded in Col. E. P. Alexander's battalion of light artillery in the battles near Fredericksburg--1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, and 6th of May, 1863:
company a, Capt. Jordan.--Killed: Privates W W Haydon, Samuel P March, and G Jeter.
Wounded: Lieut J Donnell Smith, shoulder, slightly; Privates M H Sweeny, back, severely; Alex Mileron, leg, amputated; Jno Graves, leg, slightly; Wm Thomas, head, slightly; a Carmelo, leg, slightly; Joseph Hurt, arm, slightly.
company B., Captain Moody.--Killed; none.
Wounded: Privates J W Williams, back, slightly; James O'Leary, leg, slightly; John Brooks, thigh, severely; John Dennard, both thighs, severely; John Dennard, both thighs, severely; John Kennedy, leg, severely; shall Y Packett, arm, severely; Johnston, arm, slightly; Highland, neck, severely; Robt Gibson, hand, slightly; Pat McDonald, face, severely; Jno Edly, shoulder, sli
Death of old citizens of Memphis.
--The Memphis Appeal publishes the following list of old citizens of Memphis who have died since the occupation of that city by the Federals:
Jesse M Tate, John Y Bayless, Henry D Small, Josiah Horn, Esq. John Houston, Gabriel Smither, John Trigg, Jo Stoner, A O Harris, Thos W Hunt, O Murran, Dan Hughes, Bishop J H Otey, Rufus Joiner, Capt. Wm Wray, Elijah Cheek, John rannora, Knox Walker, Wm Thompson, Esq, James Royd, T J Crofferd, J E Morton, Person W Bryant, W C Hasselt, Matt Farrington, James Adams, C W Alexander, Mrs. Hurr, Mrs. Low Smith, Mrs. Wm Houston, Mrs. Miles Temple, Mrs. Austin Fowikes, Miles M Temple, D McCombs, Wm Thomas, Dr. J S Walker, S B Curtis, John W Todne, Duncan B Flerson, Nov. 1863; Wm A Blythe, Thomas James, Dec. 1863; John C McLemore, Feb. 1863; S Y Watson, Mrs. S Y Watson, Mrs. Cave, Mrs. W D Ferguson, Elijah Carter, Theodore Affrick, James Bora Sheppard, of the firm of Sheppard & Moore.