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nce and peace is restored to this now distracted land his soldiers-will see to it that his grave is marked by a stone which shall commemorate the noble and manly virtues of his heroic character. J. K. H. Casualties in the Palmetto Sharpshooters, (Col. Jenkins´╝ë Col. M. Jenkins, contusion on the knee by a musket ball. Company A, Capt Goss.--Killed: Private J. S. Turner. Wounded; Lt J. T. Kitchen, slightly; sergt W Wilkins, severely; corp'ls E Ray, mortally; A L Hunsucker and T Hughes. slightly; privates R Dupres, C P Fincher, W E Lemaster, S P Martin, P Paris, R N. C Vaughn, D Willard, J Walker, and L Saston, slightly; H Wix and W Harbison, severely; color sergt B W Saunders, slightly. Company B, Captain Kirkpatrick--Killed: W R Seaborne. Wounded: Sergt W P Harris, corp's S P McJunkins, John Jerkin, Baidus Dickson, privates Wm Steele, J H Simmons. Missing: J W Liles, supposed to be killed. Company C, Captain Humphrey:--Killed: Sergt R C Nevitt, Privates S L