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ivates B Woody, do; R W Jones, do; J E Walker, do; T Harvey, do; A Rosser, do; W Rosser, slightly. Company D, Capt James commanding.--Killed: A Fluke. Wounded: W Guspelli, slightly: N J Baker, do; C D Raider, do; W D Jones, severely G M Carper, do; J P Lemon, do; R Lemon, do; J Kelley, do; H Harris, do; G W Garp slightly. Company E, Lieut Norwell commanding.--Killed: Ro Clark, P Spilliam. Wounded: L Williamson, severely; H Gilbert, do; W P Gilbert, do; S Hurt, do; Sg't E G Williams, do. Company F, Capt Douthat commanding.--Killed: Serg't R G Kyle; private W J Trent. Wounded: Privates E Thomson, J H Gardner, R M Lucus, J T Luens, J R Burke, C B Turner, J Whitworth, C H Haley; Lieut Ragan. Company G, Capt Smith commanding.--Wounded: Lt J A Franklin, severely; Sgt A C Guy, slightly; Corp'l W H Shafer, severely; Privates W S Nelson, slightly; J J Old, do; R Kent, do; S Booths, do; J Wills, do; J Conley, do. Company K, Lieut Hardy, commanding.--Killed: Lt H
of service; but he has no further word or warning for those who, at a time like the present, choose to defy authority. Corps and other independent commanders are charged with the execution of this order. By command of Major Gen. Meade. S. Williams, Assistant Adjutant General. To the same men, who, May 2d, were threatened with death for refusing to do duty, Meade issued, May 4th, the following order: Headq'rs army of the Potomac,May 4, 1864. Soldiers!--Again you are csense of duty, fighting to preserve the Government and the institutions-handed down to us by our forefathers, if true to ourselves victory, under God's blessing, must and will attend our efforts. George G. Meade, Major General Commanding. S. Williams, A. A. C. Gen Grant issued an order prohibiting quartermasters to issue to troops any but shelter rents. --Those who refuse these must go without. Troops in garrison stations, or in detachments, can construct huts if they prefer the