d in the same way. Among others this fire killed the rebel Generals Winder and Trimble.
The arm of the former was torn off by a shell, and he died very shortly afterward from the flow of blood, and Trimble was knocked dead from his horse by the explosion of a shell.
Having put the forces of McDowell and Sigel in rapid motionion.
Anderson not yet up, and I hear nothing of those behind.
We have Ewell, Trimble, and Taliaferro wounded — the latter slightly, the others not mortally. R. E. gallant officers have been killed or wounded.
Of the general officers, Ewell, Trimble, Taliaferro, Fields, Jenkins, and Mahone, have been reported wounded; Colonelse most important.
Brigadier--General Julius White and Colonels D'utassy and Trimble.
Of the subordinate officers referred to in this case, the Commission findsfteenth Indiana batteries, and two sections of the Fifth New-York artillery. Col. Trimble's brigade, consisting of the Thirty-second and Sixtieth Ohio, One Hundred an