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fought by the reserves from Smythe, Russell, Tazewell, Washington and Scott counties, under command of Colonel Robert H. Smith; those from Montgomery and Pulaski, commanded by Colonel Robert T. Preston, and Colonel Joseph F. Kent's battalion from Wythe and Carroll, aided by the Tenth Kentucky, the Fifth Georgia and Eighth Tennessee regiments. The principal fighting was done by the Reserves, and the heaviest loss fell upon them. The following are the casualties: In Colonel Robert H. Sewell, Washington and Scott counties: Killed, 13; wounded 54; missing (prisoners) 21. In Colonel Robert T. Preston's battalion, from Montgomery and Pulaski: Killed, 2; wounded, 5. In Colonel Kent's command of reserves and details, from Wythe and Carroll: Killed, 8; wounded, 15. Of the Tenth Kentucky, Fifth Georgia and Eighth Tennessee cavalry, the number of wounded at the hospital at Saltville was 39. The reserves and details from Roanoke, Bedford, Botetourt and Craig were n