y mentioned in a former report, that men and officers never behaved so gallantly, and, in justice to all, I can give no one more praise than another.
Sufficient to say that all were at their posts and did their duty.
Annexed you will find list of casualties.
Your obedient servant, H. J. Williams, Lieutenant-Colonel, commanding Regiment.
List of Casualties in Fifth Virginia Volunteers:
Company D.--Wounded: Cyrus Lotts, accidentally in finger.
Company E.--Wounded: John Harris, seriously in abdomen.
Company F.--Wounded: Lieutenant John M. Brown, slightly in leg; Private Alfred Shefiet, leg amputated; Sergeant J. Dunlop, slightly in shoulder; Wm. H. Rodgers, seriously in leg; John Jorden, slightly in arm; Wm. T. Baily, slightly in shoulder; James Trimble, slightly in knee.
Company L.--Wounded: Corporal Gerard Kin, slightly in leg; F. M. Wood, accidental in finger.
Total number wounded, eleven.
Respectfully, C. H. Calhoun, Acting Adjutant.