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Hall. Company F--Capt Wingfield commanding. Killed--Private John J Jenkins. Wounded — Lieuts J H H Gravely and Thos King, Color-Corporal Thomas L Stuttz and privates John W erry and A J Wyune, the latter slightly. Company G--Killed--Capt Morris. Wounded — Private, N Phillipe. Company H--Captain Penn commanding. Killed--Private R. M. Scales. Wounded — Corporal P W Delton and private W H Hatcher. Company I--Killed--Captain William B Rector and Serg't H W Brown. Wounded — Sporal S Trymp, and privates Thos. Potter.--Wounded — Privates R D Isaiah Haynes and M Teale. Corporal Jas H Payne, P Reld, and Wm Watkins, of those missing, are known to have been wounded. It is not, I believe, certainly known whether Capt. Morris is killed, or only wounded and taken. It is to be hoped that he is a prisoner. The horse of Lieut. Col D A Langhorne was shot under him while riding along the line. Col. L. however, escaped unhurt. Col Burkes received a very sli
Robbery at a Hotel. --One of the boarders at the Columbian Hotel was, on Sunday night, despoiled of a gold watch and $100 in bank notes by two men who took lodgings in the same apartment with him. Information was yesterday furnished Messrs. Perrin and Morris, of the police, together with a description of both men, one of whom had registered himself at the hotel as S. Miller, of Lynchburg, by which they were enabled to lay hold of them at the corner of 7th and Broad streets, and secure both watch and money.--"S. Miller," on his arrest, gave the name of John Shirley. He came to this city a member of the N. O. Zouaves, and was a companion of Bill McDonald before that individual was sent to the State's prison. His companion proved to be the well-known but incorrigible John T. Smith, of this city, lately acquitted by the Hastings Court of relieving a Mr. Gardner of sundry articles, including a pistol Bash presented appearances indicative of guilt. They denied being at the hotel, bu