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ust be awaited. Colonel Mulligan was wounded on the last day of the fight by a ball through the calf of the leaf, and a flesh wound in the right arm from a grape shot. We have already referred to the injury of Captain Gleeson, received in the defence o the hospital. In the same encounter, among the killed was John Saville, a private in Company G, Irish brigade; also, Corporal Andrew Hill, of the Jackson Guard, and Cornelius O'Leary. Sergeant Moony was shot through the shoulder. Private Morris was instantly killed by a round shot, half his head being carried away. Col. Marshall is wounded, a ball having struck him in the chest, inflicting a serious wound. James Conway, the hospital steward of the Irish brigade, is killed. Our last night's dispatches, in the telegraph column, give a continued list of the killed and wounded as far as made up last evening. Among the lamented dead is Col. White, of St. Louis, of the Missouri Eighth, a gallant officer, who did his duty