nes after the fight, and captured a Yankee picket of one Sergeant and twelve privates, all of whom were armed when they were captured.
They brought them to the Fourth Virginia volunteers, and delivered them to the guard.
My regiment went into the battle with less than one hundred and thirty men, rank and file.
recapitulation of loss of regiment.
Company E. Acting Orderly Sergeant John E. Church, killed.
Company C. Orderly Sergeant William P. Icenhoner, killed.
Company D. Private Ben Wilson, killed; private Patrick Cavanaugh, wounded slightly.
Three killed, and one wounded.
Very respectfully, C. L. Haynes, Captain, commanding Twenty-seventh Virginia Regiment.
Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Lee.
headquarters Thirty-Third regiment Virginia infantry, camp Garnett, August 13, 1862. Captain J. H. Fuller, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General:
Captain: In obedience to orders, just received, I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by me in