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battery around his person. The Missouri troops at the North the Louisiana troops at the Southeast and South and General Weightman's brigade of Missouri forces at the Southwest, including his fine battery of artillery — having been victorious at Price was slightly wounded also, but not disabled. He continued to lead his wing on to victory most gallantly. Gen. Weightman now his column in on the right of my regiment, in Gen. Slack's division, where he fell mortally wounded, near Tottecript, adds. We have lost a great number of our officers I will name some of them; Gen. Slack, severely wounded; Gen. Weightman, killed; Lt. Col. Aussin, of Col. R. A. Rives' regiment, killed; Colonel B. J. Brown, of Ray killed; Capt. Blackwood,s rays acting upon these, must have soon rendered the atmosphere unendurable. Among the Confederates killed is Colonel Weightman, formerly delegate in Congress from New Mexico, Gen. Parsons was wounded very severely, and it is believed mortally