-Among them was Brigadier-General McLaughlin and numerous commissioned officers.
Nine pieces of artillery and eight mortars were captured.
The former were spiked and dismounted.
Three fine brass mortars we brought off.
Among the casualties is the following partial list of officers:
Brigadier-General William Terry, painfully in both thighs; Brigadier-General Phil. Cook, of Georgia, arm broken; General Gordon, very slight in leg; Colonel Casey, Fifty-eighth Virginia regiment, Pegram's brigade, captured; Colonel J. H. Baker, commanding Evans's brigade, wounded slightly; Lieutenant-Colonel Tate, Sixth North Carolina, badly in face; Lieutenant-Colonel Jones, Fifty-seventh North Carolina, severe in arm; Major Bell, Twenty-first North Carolina, hand, slight; Captain Nicholson, adjutant-general to General Johnston, killed; Captain Ridd, commanding Thirteenth Georgia regiment, killed.
Adjutant Clayton, Twelfth Georgia battalion, killed.
Brigadier-General Johnston accident