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s. Wounded: Sergeant W E Benson; Privates M Bonac, R Burns, A S Samuel, A J Mondy, and F N Ingram. Company D.--Wounded: Privates W H Andrews, D F. McKinney, J J Page, and J F Locke. Company E.--Wounded: Captain N M Morris; Privates J L Wyatt, J B Stone, W H Weaver, J M Robertson, and J S P Wimberly. Company F.--Killed: Private R Brooks.--Wounded: Sergeant J T Myers; Privates Thos Brake, A N Ross, S E Spurgeon, J W Watson, J H Shanwall. Missing: Privates B L Stavely, J A Holmes,The 88th has the colors of the 109th Pennsylvania regiment. Casualties in Lynchburg Artillery. Wounded: 1st Lieut James W Dickerson, in right leg; Corp'l George E Kendall, in side; badly; Acting Corporal James B Phelps; Acting Corp'l C N Wyatt, in leg; Private A D McCreary, both hands shot off and face badly hurt; Leon Fields, leg broken; Neal Shannon, in leg; Benj Pendletor, in head; W H Patterson, in head; Geo W Boby, in leg; Hugh Hughes, in wrist; Wm D Lindsay, in ankle; Thos H Goff