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of three field-pieces on the left, In this action was killed Capt. 0. Jennings Wise, of the Richmond Blues, a son of Gen. Wise, a young man of brilliant promisGen. Wise, a young man of brilliant promise, prominently connected with the Richmond press before the war, and known throughout the State for his talents, chivalric bearing, and modesty of behaviour. A corriculars of the death of this brilliant young officer: About ten o'clock Capt. Wise found his battalion exposed to the galling fire of a regiment; turning to Caps turned to pass the order, and was shot through the heart, dying instantly. Capt. Wise was wounded, first in the arm and next through the lungs, which latter wound mmunition for any of the large pieces. The forts, built on the island before Gen. Wise was assigned to the command, were all in the wrong places-at the north end ofely avoided by him; that he had paid no practical attention to the appeals of Gen. Wise; and that he had, by plain acts of omission, permitted that general and an in