dered tenable, the two remaining guns were also dismounted, and the magazine was arranged so as to blow up when the enemy enters.
The total loss on our side was about one hundred, killed and wounded.
Among our casualties were the following:
Sergeant J. Parkerson and Private Heiss, of the Berry Infantry, (Georgia,) were slightly wounded.
Two of the Georgia Foresters, of Waresboro', Georgia, are missing.
J. W. Fontaine, of the Thomas county Volunteers, is missing.
Private Amon Thompson, of the 17th Patriots, is missing.
Two are missing from Captain Radcliffe's company.
Fifteen of one company in Col. DeSaussure's South Carolina regiment, are missing.
Dr. E. Somers Buist, of Charleston, was killed while dressing a wound.
Lieut. Smach was wounded in the leg.
Fifteen of Captain Reid's company of regulars were killed, wounded, and missing.
One of Gen. Drayton's Aids was shot from his horse.
Gen. Drayton was slightly wounded.