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forced him again to take shelter behind his fortifications. Thus leaving us in entire possession of the woods, which we held for some time, and were with the last to retire when compelled by the approach of darkness. It was in this second charge we sustained our heaviest loss, losing in killed and wounded one-fourth the number carried in the field. Here our gallant Lieut Col. G. A. Bull, fell mortally wounded. Major B. H. Holt was stunned by a shell and compelled to quit the field. Adjutant Ware's horse was crippled under him, and left in his 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.