ttle on Friday the 27th, was Capt. Henry Shearer, of is 13th Virginia Regiment.
He received a most painful wound in the head, and lodgered in extreme Way as Stark Hospital until last Saturday afternoon when he expired.
He was a young, but gallant and accomplished officer, and his untimely death will be deeply lamented by a large circle of as well as by the members of his command.
Col. Bradfute Warwick, who was shot while infantry in the recent battle, died at the of his father (Corbia Warwick, Esq.,) in yesterday morning.
Wright. It was one of the first in the fight, and during its continuance bore itself with masked coolness, and without flinching or wavering received the appalling fire of the enemy.
The following is a list of the casualties sustained by this brigade:
Many of the missing have since been