ancy M. Wheeler, leg.
Ninth New-Jersey Volunteers.
Co. H, Serg. Augustus Armstrong, head.
Co. A, Private John J. Eckle, three fingers off.
Co. B, Privates Wm. W. Lebrane, finger off; Ferdinand Disbro, compound fracture.
Co. C, Privates Joseph Heritage, leg, severe; J. Hickman, hand.
Co. D, Privates Wm. Phillips, scalp, slight; Geo. Worth, chest, severe; David A. Johnson, neck, slight.
Co. F, Private Samuel Blake, side, severe.
Co. G, Privates B. Ruddinger, head; Victor Williamson, lower jaw.
Co. H, Private Edward Clayton, mouth, slight.
Co. K, Private Jonathan Burl, leg amputated, dangerous; Private Geo. P. Dobbs, head.
Co. H, Private Wm. Aumick.
This report is as perfect as can be under the circumstances, being compiled from the chief medical director's report of the wounded, and the regimental reports of the killed.
The names of some of the wounded on the fleet are subjoined.
R. M. Coleman, wounded in the chest, is master's mate of the Ceres.