ed, and our infantry having possession of the work, at about five o'clock P. M. I moved the battery in the general pursuit, with Colonel Morgan's brigade.
The casualties on the fifteenth instant were as follows:
Lieutenants E. D. York, severely wounded, left arm broken, and T. H. Stevenson, slightly wounded, musket shot; Sergeant I. V. Elder, severely wounded in left side, musket shot; Privates Wm. Campbell, severely wounded in thigh; James Stuard, severely wounded by shell in back; James Evans, seriously wounded in breast, musket shot; I. O. Eversole, slightly wounded by. shell; T. E. Stanley, slightly wounded by shell.
Five horses were killed, three by musketry, two by shell; nine horses were wounded, two by shell, seven by musketry.
The following ammunition was expended:
shot. shell. Sph.
First day 272 176 176 624
Second day 160 230 290 530
432 406 466 1204
No casualties on the sixteenth instant.
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