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nd missing; Sergeant F. Schall, company I, wounded; Philip Ham, company I, missing; Sergeant Robert Tuthill, company K, wounded and missing; Sergeant Richard Decker, company K, wounded; Jno. Hendershot, company K, wounded; John Hanley, company K, missing; James Linley, company M, missing; Horace Van Orden, company M, missing.
Total — officers, five; men fifty-two--fifty-seven.
Carried into action, twenty-two officers and two hundred and eighty-one men.
E. A. Paul's account.
Rappahannock River, Wednesday, June 10, 1863.
In justice to the gallant men who have fallen, to those who are still suffering from injuries received, as well as to the brave men who passed through the terrible ordeal of yesterday unscathed, and to-day stand ready at a moment's notice to meet the enemies of their country in deadly strife again, I shall endeavor to give a more detailed account than you have yet received, of the movements and conduct of Gen. Gregg's command, with such scenes and incident