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regard's report for the names of the officers of the army of the Potomac who distinguished themselves most. I cannot enumerate all of the army of the Shenandoah who deserve distinction, and will confine myself to those of high rank.--Colonels Bartow and Fisher, (killed,) Jones, (mortally wounded,) Harper, J. F. Preston, Cummings, Falkner, Gartrell, and Vaughan; J. E. B. Stuart of the cavalry, and Pendleton of the artillery, Lieutenant Colonel Echols, Lightfoot, Lackland, G. H. Stewart, and Gardner. The last-named gallant officer was severely wounded. the loss of the army of the Potomac was 108 killed, 510 wounded, 12 missing. That of the army of the Shenandoah was 270 killed, 979 wounded, 18 missing. Total killed378 Total wounded1,489 Total missing30 That of the enemy could not be ascertained. It must have been between 4,000 and 5,000. Twenty- eight pieces of artillery about 5,000 muskets, and nearly 500,000 cartridges; a garrison flag and 10 colors were captu