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d out and mortally wounded.
His body was shortly afterwards found despoiled — watch, money, and swordsmen.
The 12th Mississippi went out in the morning with 397 men, lost in this engagement 12 killed, 68 wounded, and 9 missing; the regiment was commanded by Major W. H. Lilly.
who was wounded leading a charge,--the Colonel being absent and sick, and the Lieutenant Colonel wounded.
The 19th Mississippi went into action with 521--had 31 killed, 150 wounded. The 2nd Mississippi battalion, Col. Taylor, went into action with 234 men, and had 30 killed and wounded. The loss of Pryor's brigade we have not learned; but hear that the 14th Louisiana and the remnant of St. Paul's battalion suffered severely,--Wilcox, being in support, did not lose many.
The Generals speak in high terms of the execution of our field pieces in this attack, the 3rd Richmond Howitzers, some of the Donaldsonville, and Thomas artillery, having caused great destruction among the enemy, and with slight loss to thems
do; Geo Nolan, do do; Jas C Strickland, do do; Jno C Regers, do do; Joseph Grant, do do; Ensign T J Denson, 1st Tenn; L E Taylor, 44th Ga; Dan't Braton, 1st S C; M F Scarbrough, 1st N C; G P Bryans, 44th Ga; S S Lindford, 1st N C; James Heard, do do; 18th Ga; Sol W Young, 28th N C; H V Bayne, J V Downing, 19th Miss; Sergt R H Teague, W D Barnes, F W Query, 7th N C; J E Taylor, 11th Miss; Eli Brown, J L M Clemmer, 37th N C; J S Thompson, C W Rowland, 28th N C; Wm Chapple, 6th Ga; W Yow, 28th N C;Gay, 8th Ala; P Herran, 5th Ala; W H Nix, do; Ira Howell, 1st S C; Sergt S L Garrett, 6th Ala; J H Franklin, 4th Ala; J W Taylor, do; J D Adrian, do; J T Smith, 8th Ala; D N Wheeler, 26th Ala; T K Cathey, 11th Ala; L C Meyers, 6th Ala; W H Ware, 4th ey, Jas E Gofford, B F Gordon, Amos B Grubb, Chas Harrington, Thos Moran, Jno O'Sullivan, Richard Relley, John Taylor, Chas Taylor, Chas Walters, Wm. Edgely.
Company D, Lieut Buckley in command.--Killed: T Pilkington.
Wounded: Capt Jas Nelligan,