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Mallery, co. B, 14th Brooklyn, Randolph, co. H, 2d Wis; Smead, 2d artillery; Stone, 11th Mass; Templeton, 100th Penn; John Tuite, 8th N. J. Lieutenants Killed.--H. B. Banks, 16th Mass; Beer, 54th N. Y. Bouvier, Aid to Gen. Patrick; Compton, Harris Light Cavalry; Darracott, 16th Mass; Dargen, co. A, 30th N. Y.; T. Fennessy, 30th N. Y. battery; Ferris, Harris Light Cavalry; Haupin, 1st Mich; Hesse, co. D, 3d Mich; Hubbard 2d U. S. Sharps; Mankeville, 1st Mass; Morse, co. I, 30th N. Y.; PolliHarris Light Cavalry; Haupin, 1st Mich; Hesse, co. D, 3d Mich; Hubbard 2d U. S. Sharps; Mankeville, 1st Mass; Morse, co. I, 30th N. Y.; Pollins, co. E, 24th N. Y.; Plume, co. E, 2d N. J. Poore, 5th Va, Twitchell, 5th Maine battery, Paulding, co. E, 24th N. Y. Colonels Wounded.--Cutler, 6th Wis; Frisble, 30th New York, Farnsworth, 79th New York; Gavin, 7th Indiana; Hayes, 62d Pennsylvania; John A. Koltz, 73d Pennsylvania; Leasure, 100th Pennsylvania; Mott, 6th New Jersey; George P. McClain, 88th Pennsylvania; Robinson, 7th Wisconsin; Root, 94th New York; Rosa, 46th New York; Soost, 29th New York; Thomas, 22d New York; Fletcher We
recommendation that it be placed upon the calendar and ordered to be printed. It was so disposed of. Also, a bill to provide for appointments in the provisional army. This bill was also placed upon the calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Harris, of Mo., from same committee, reported back, with a recommendation that it pass, a resolution of inquiry requesting the President to inform the House concerning the number of men in the army, whether in the field, sick on furlough, or elsewhereed upon the calendar, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Miles also reported back Senate bill with reference to substitutes, and for detailing privates for police duty. Placed upon the calendar, with a recommendation that it do not pass. Mr. Harris, from the same committee, reported back a bill to raise additional forces in the State of Missouri, and providing for the appointment of officers to carry out the provisions of the bill, with a recommendation that it pass. Mr. Breckinridge