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d4 From Norfolk to Lambert's Point2½ From Norfolk to Naval Hospital Point0 ⅜ From Norfolk to Hampton12½ From Norfolk to Rip Raps10 From Norfolk to Willoughby Point8¼ Craney Island to Newport Ne Hospital Point3½ Fort Monroe to Mill Creek Bridge0½ Fort Monroe to Rip Raps1 Fort Monroe to Hampton2¼ Fort Monroe to Willoughby Point2½ Fort Monroe to Seawell's Point4 Fort Monroe to Newport NRaps3 Seawell's P't (battery) to Rip Raps*3¼ Seawell's P't to Newport News5 Seawell's P't to Hampton5½ Newport News to Hampton5½ Newport News to Boush's Bluff6 Newport News to Willoughby Point6Hampton5½ Newport News to Boush's Bluff6 Newport News to Willoughby Point6½ Wil'by Point to Rip Raps1½ Wil'by Point to Fort Monroe2½ Wil'by Point to Hampton5 Naval Hospital Point to Bush's Bluff4½ Sandy Point to Camp Talbot2 *Distance of the Sawyer gun experimentWil'by Point to Rip Raps1½ Wil'by Point to Fort Monroe2½ Wil'by Point to Hampton5 Naval Hospital Point to Bush's Bluff4½ Sandy Point to Camp Talbot2 *Distance of the Sawy
Clarke, slightly wounded; Captain Chambers, killed; Private Scott Dishman, Company C, killed; Private Palmgrate, Company C, killed; Private Sam Ritter, Company C, wounded; Private C. Whiting, Company C, wounded; Private Mead, Clarke county, Company F, wounded. Washington Artillery, of New Orleans. Sergeant Joshua Reynolds, killed, struck in forehead by a shell, while giving word of command; Private John Payne, wounded; Private Crutcher, wounded. Hampton Legion, of S. C. Col.Hampton, wounded; Lieut. Col. Johnson, killed; Lieut. Egan, of Davis Guards, killed; Private Coutrie, Washington Light Infantry, Charleston, wounded; Private Bouknight, Watson Guards, slightly wounded; Private Brown, Washington Guards, slightly wounded. Col. Sloan's 4th S. C. Regiment. Corporal W. A. Young, of Capt Hollinsworth's company, killed, and Capt. Poole, mortally wounded. 20 Va. Regiment--Col. Allen's. E. O. Burgess, Company F, killed; Issac N. Glaize, Company F. kille
Net here. --The 2d Regiment South Carplina volunteers, under Col. Jas. D. Blanding, numbering 901 men, who have been encamped on Fulton's Hill since their arrival here, left the city yesterday morning and proceeded in a northeast direction. This makes the eighth regiment of S. C. volunteers now in Virginia, in addition to that devoted band under Col. Hampton, which stood so gallantly and suffered so severely on Sunday last.
others exhausted by the long struggle, who gave us gloomy reports; but as the fire on both sides continued steadily, we felt sure that our brave Southerners had not been conquered by the overwhelming hordes of the North. It is, however, due to truth to say that the result at this hour hung trembling in the balance. We had lost numbers of our most distinguished officers.--Generals Bartow and Bee had been stricken down; Lieutenant Colonel Johnson, of the Hampton Legion, had been killed; Colonel Hampton had been wounded, but there was at hand the fearless General whose reputation as a commander was staked on this battle; and with that chivalry which is his nature, Gen. Beauregard promptly offered to lead the Hampton Legion into action, which he executed in a style unsurpassed and unsurpassable. General Beauregard rode up and down our lines between the enemy and his own men, regardless of the heavy fire, cheering and encouraging our troops. About this time a shell struck his horse
This was sent to Washington, and thence telegraphed North. From Fortress Monroe. The following is from the Baltimore papers of Monday last: The steamer Georgiana, Capt. Pierson, arrived on Saturday morning from Old Point Comfort, with a number of passengers. She brought intelligence that Dr. T. E. Rawillegs, correspondent of the New York Commercial Advertiser; Captain Holliday, Capt. Edward Jenkins, Lieut. Small and private Small, of the Naval Brigade, and R. Shurtliff, left Hampton on Friday morning about 1 o'clock, on a scouting expedition. About daylight they were surprised by a party of Confederates near New Market, and at the first fire Dr. Rawlings was killed by a shot through his head. Lieutenant Johnson and Mr. Shurtliff were also supposed to have been killed, and the remainder made their escape. Everything was quiet about the Fortress and vicinity, but from information received it was apprehended that an attack would be speedily made at Newport News Poi