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ded in hip and leg. The last heard of him he had written a note to his father. Major J C Timberlake, unhurt. Adjutant, Henry T Chalter, unhurt. Company A--A R Willingham, slightly wounded; T C Carter, slightly wounded. Company B--Lieut H S Richardson, commanding, unhurt. Company D--Lt E D Robinson, unhurt; Lt R C Campball, unhurt; Corporal J H Barch, unhurt; R D Parry, unhurt; L L Littlepage, do; J E, Wilson, unhurt. Company E--Capt B L Farenboft, unhurt; Lt Wm H Bray, leg amputated; Color-bearer L B Blackman, severely wounded in the breast. Company H--Capt J L Letane, unhurt; Lt Wm H Burruss, died of wounds 9th July; Lt J J Sale, unhurt; Ord'y Sergeant B B Graves, killed; Sargeant M G Campbell, unhurt;--Hemmonds, do; J Kesler, do; R S Lewis, do; G E Mitchell wounded in shoulder; W H Poyner, killed; G. P Tuck, unhurt; Wm J Gary, unhurt. Company I--Lt J W Whitehead, wounded in leg; private J T C Glass, unhurt. In the "old barracks" there were