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use, 46th Pa; Capt Esworth, 80th N Y; Col Kugar, 21st Pa; Maj John Havelock, Maj Faison, 36th N Y; Maj Basket Wounded. Geo Mass, severely; Brig Gen Whipple Havman, 37th N Y; Col Sewell, 6th Burling, 5th N J; Lieut-Col Norton, N J, badly; Capt Fry, aid to Sickles, in Col Rose 21st Conn; Col Potter; Maj 25th N Y; Col Hecker, 82d. Ill; Col N 12th Cnn Col Font-Vosges, 20th N Y; Col Johns. 7th Mass, severely; Col Brown, N Y, knee shattered; Col Riley, 75th and a prisoner; Col Richardson, 25th N Y, severely; Col Van Gitan, commanding br Adjutant Stevens, 115th Penn; Col 1st N Y; Lieut-Col Coggewell, 2d Mass; Col Cock 149th N Y; Col Miles, 61st N Y, fatally; Col E M Gregory, 91st Penn, severely, Maj Auzelle, 5th N J; Lt Col Lownsburg, 5th Excel'r, severely; Maj Willoughby, 13th N Y, Maj Higgins, 86th N Y, Col Parker 2d N Y; Col Burlin, 6th N J; Col Willeta, 117th. N J; Col Potter, 12th N H; Maj Healy U S Chasseur, mortally; Col W H Noble, 12th Conn; Adj't Thomas, 20th In
Meeting of the city Council --Resolutions Regarding the Death of Gen Jackson.--A meeting of the Council was old at 11 o'clock yesterday in the City Hall. Present D J. Saunders, Richard F Walker. David J. Bure, Samuel D. D. noon Richard O. McReed, Larkin W. Glazebrook, E. A. J. Cropton. Gen. K. Crutonfield, Wm. Holt Richardson, George W. Randolph, Nath, B. Hill, Fendals 4-riffle, Allen Y. Stokes, James A. Scott, and Thomas C. Epps. The President announced the melancholy tidings of the death of the lamented Lieut. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, spoke briefly of the invaluable services rendered to the Confederacy by the departed hero, and the duty of the Council, in view of the and event which caused his death, to pass suitable resolutions of respect to his memory. Gen. Randolph said it was usual, on similar occasions, to appoint a committee to draft suitable resolutions, and he would move that one be appointed, to consist of three or five members, as might seem best. Th