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e'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. 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.
Runaway. --In Jail in Manchester a small Negro Boy named Charles, about 10 years old. He says he belongs to Mr. David Blacksmith, of Richmond, He also states that he has been in the army about 4 months. Apply to Joseph Wells, je 16--3t* Police, of Manchester.