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yesterday attributed to another person in our account of the battle. The battalion, out of 200 men, lost all but 73. Among the Chasseurs the following were wounded: Sergeant Petitpain; Privates Daguerize, Boulet, Bourgeois, Bouset, Delahaye, Ganel, Hon, Marshal Smyler. King William Artillery The following are the casualties in the King William Artillery, Captain Thos. H. Carter, commanding: Killed--Lt Wm B Newman; private Thos S Jones. Wounded.--Serg'ts Lynch, mortally; Cocke, severely; Waring; King severely; 1st Lt W P Carier, severely; corp'ls W H Robins; G T Tibbs, severely; privates Whitlock, severely; E L Woodly, severely; P S. de, severely; G Tignor, do; R B Johnston, J R Read, R H Lipscomb, W Madison, Juan Stanley Neale, severely; R C Robinson; B U Burnett; R B Mitchell, A Atkins, B F Davis. R Hilliard, H B Grubbs, Robt S Myland, Geo B Stacy. The two last were not regular members of the company, but acted as volunteers for the day. Casualties in