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T Evans, seriously; S B Logan; D T Dogan slightly; Benj Hartless, slightly; Jesse C Wright, slightly; E W Smith, very slightly; Chas martin, slightly. Company K--Wounded — Priv W H Woods, badly, in side; R A Hawzins, Sr, in hand, slight; S H Martin, on ankle, slight; A H C Wheeler, on face, slight. Wm N Wood, A. Adjutant 19th Va. Reg't. Lieut. Paul's Battalion. In this battalion the following losses among the officers occurred: Killed.--Captain Macoin, of the Chasse gia; Captain Carter, 4th North Carolina; Capt Kally, do; Capt Gordon, 6th Alabama. Sixty-seven members were buried at the redoubt taken by the 4th North Carolina regiment. Additional casualties in the 7th Virginia. Wounded.--J B Martin, of company B, in hip; A W Davis, of company A, in hand; G R Teaseley, of company A, in nose; A Farnham, of company G, in leg J M Jenkins, of company G, in hand. Among the relies of the field we have the diary of Lieut. Henry J. Pierce, 25th
Roger Martin, Superintendent Army Depot Young Mon's Christian Association and Ladies Aid Society, acknowledges the receipt of the following contributions for the month of May. Mississippi Depot, raw cotton. J. F. Cottroll of Sidney Hospital Association, $7.55. Mrs. Susan Frith Gooch and, $20. I over Soldiers Aid Society, through Mrs Wm Frith, President, 34 pairs of socks and 18 pairs of drawers. Mrs. Susan Frith Goochland, 4 pillows and 1 comfort. Black Walnuirs gloves G N Skapwith, linen rags. Mr Bow, lint. Contributions for soldiers' Lodge. Sundry persons through ProHoge, $100. Wm P Brown, $13 40. Andrew Johnston, $10. Dr Skipwith, $5. Dr C--, $5. J N Hopkins, $5. Jas Gordon for--, $5. Parties having old shirts and drawers, cotton or linen rags — anything, 'ideal, in the way of Hospital supplies will confer a favor by sending them at once to Roger Martin, Superintendent, Army Depot, Y. M. C. A.