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. Covert, who had charge of the wounded of Jackson's division in the battle of Antietam, in the hospital near Sharpsburg, Md. has furnished us a list of those left at that point. Among those who have died of their wounds since the battle we notice the following 5th Va, reg't, Private M. Organback, 42d Va. reg't. M. [W.]Puckett, D. Usee, H. Dalton; 21st Va. reg't, Serg't Moore, Privates Wm. Coleman, Berry Rutledge, Wm. Loving.--Hawkins, W. S. Coxe; 37th Va. reg't, Privates P. H. Green and G. Williams; 47th Ala. reg't, G. W. C. Jarvis; 48th Ala. reg't, W. W. Hardwick and C. Harris, 23d Va. reg't, J B. Black and B. A. Carter; 47th Va. reg't, Lieut, Chandler; 5th N. C. battalion, S. T. Gee; 11th Va. reg't, James R. Rice; Danville artillery, G. W. Keesee; 1st La. reg't. A. Thurnway and — Crangle; 2d La. reg't, J. A. Prim, E. Well Ashley Covington, Wm. Smith, privates, and Lieuts. McBride; and Swann; 9th La. reg't, Capt. G. W. Chadbourne, privates J. A. Hesser, J, Pervis, D. C. Cobb; 15th