through the head while pursuing the retreating Federals. Company A; D. McCracken, Company B; John Mingea, Company B; W. A. Jelks, Company B; and R. B. Barnes, Company F; and forty-seven wounded, two of whom, it is thought, are mortally wounded—Ben. White, Company C, and William Delbridge, Company I.
Among the wounded are Captain Stephen White, Company C; Sergeant George Morrison,
George J. Morrison, of Petersburg. Company A; and private John Lee, of Company E.
There were unfortunately threyour places!
Get in your places!
Suddenly one or two of the regiments to my right opened fire.
This firing soon ceased, as the men found out they were firing upon their friends, but not until they had killed General Jenkins, mortally wounded Ben. White,
Benjamin B. White, Petersburg, Virginia. of the Twelfth Virginia, and wounded General Longstreet and others severely.
So much time elapsed after the wounding of Longstreet and before General Anderson assumed command, the enemy had time
5.00; Michael Kane, 5,00; Patrick Larkin, 5.00; Leonard Miller, 5.00; John McCarty, No. 1, 5,00; John McCarty, No. 3,5.00; Robt. Morgan, 5.00; Stephen Mulcachie, 5.00; Chas. Murray, 5.00; James O'Conner, 5.00; John O'Donnel, 5.00; Joseph Perkins, 5.00; John C. Johnson, 5.00; James Kiley, 5.00; Michael Sullivan, 5.00; Samuel Wayts, 5.00; Thomas Williams, 10.00; Daniel Whitney, 6.00; Joseph Nichols, 5.00; Henry Fraeling, 5.00 Archie Scott, 5.00; James Shaughnessay, 5.00; John Devlin, 5.00; Benjamin White, 5.00; James C. Hamilton, 5.00; Daniel Corcoran, 5.00; John Cotter, 5.00; Daniel Ryan, 5.00; Henry Wilcox, 5.00; John Riggs, 5.00; C. M. Johnson, 5.00; John Reynolds, 5.00; Wm. Lithgo, 5.00; James Shenan, 5.00.
Camp Wise, December, 1861. To James Burns, Tiger Rifles, New Orleans: Sir
--We, the undersigned, members of the Ben McCulloch Rangers, do hereby sympathize with you in your misfortune, and, as a token of our respect, subscribe to your benefit, as follows: