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--which has been said in the papers lately relative the of Andy Johnson by a son of but the following dispatch to the Mitchell If true, to the affair an
noble attempt to carry from the field the gallant Pettigrew. Company A, commanded by Captain W. S Head.--Killed; Private R. J. Holcomb. Wounded: Lieut C. W. Avery, shoulder; Serg't L. R. Wood, thigh.--Privates R. G. Gladden, head, and thigh. A. A. Beller, neck; R. Summerville, back; M. V. Sanford, thigh; W. M. Channel, hip. Missing: Private W. T. Couch. Company B, Commanded by Captain J. M. White.--Killed: Privates W. T Mann. J. C Wells. Wounded; Privates Thos Stockwell. N. Z Johnson. J. J. Wallis, T. McDonald, J. N Clelland, J. F Loucas. Missing: Private Henry Lester. Company C. Commanded by Capt D. B Henry.--Killed: Private A Section. Wounded: Corp'l John A Lane. Privates A A Bell, shoulder; J. T Word, arm; Jas R. Head, head; Alex Miller, head; John J Miles, hip; Laten Forrell, arm. Missing: Private B. F Everett; Serg't Jonathan Jennings. Company D, commanded by Capt. Leo A. J. Williams.--Wounded Serg't C. W. Baker, hand and arm; Jno. Eason, arm, amputat
The Milton Chronicle says that the severe freshets on Dan River have injured the wheat exspect-riously, and will probably prevent the planting of the usual Quantity of corn. The story of the killing of Andy Johnson, in Nashville, is revived. It needs contribution however. Col. Alexander H. Brown has been appointed Provost Marshal of Charleston. A patriotic butcher in Savannah proposes to furnish the citizens with good beef at fifteen cents per pound.