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rely: Privates J S McCullough, R M Fortman, and H C Floyd. Wounded slightly: Corpl J H Fulmore; Privates W S Allen, R M Barrow, D Keels, J A McRae, and J T well. Missing: A S McLeod, and J S Gamble. Total engaged521 Total killed21 wounded180 missing17 Total, killed, wounded, and missing228 H. A. Gailland, Adjt, 6th Regiment S C Vols. Casualties in Co. N., 47th Va Regiment, (Capt, Thos. N. Welch) Wounded: Wm Bruce, John Brown, Wm H Coleman, Wm Tombs, Robt M Garnett, John Long, James L Hanna, and Lieut E G Dejarnette. None considered dangerously wounded. Casualties in Co. A, 24th Va, Regiment, (Capt, J. W. .) Killed; Privates R W Milis, Jesse A Pea- kins. Wounded: let serg't W T Dehest, corp F O Dobyns, privates N R Stimpson, L R Finch, S L Hylton, L G Atkins, Peter Bowling. The company numbered 48 when it went into action. Casualties in Co. B, 2d Arkansas battalion. (Capt. N. Shannas) Wounded John W Cockman, left arm shot off;<
ding a pontoon bridge. The section opened fire upon them with spherical case and cannister, driving them from their work in confusion, and killing and wounding a large number. In the evening the battery shelled a house six hundred yards from Dr. Garnett's, used by the enemy as an outpost for their pickets. Falling to set it on fire, Lieutenant E. Owen, of the Washington Artillery, Volunteered to take a squad of men and burn it. About a dozen of the Eighteenth Mississippi accompanied him, andwho was wounded in the skirmish in Mechanicville, is now nearly recovered. Notwithstanding the painful character of his wound, Capt. Rosser has for some days attended to his duties in the fold. His battery is temporarily under the command of Lt. Garnett, C. S. A. St. Paul's Battalion, from Louisiana, which fought so gallantly in the battle of the Even Pines, did not act as volunteers, as was stated yesterday, although some officers temporarily attacked to it did. The battalion irreg