rounds; his casualties were one man killed and sixteen wounded. The total of casualties was three men killed and thirty-nine wounded; forty-four horses were disabled. The section of Napoleon guns, under Lieutenant Price, reported to Lieutenant-Colonel Jones, of General Long's command, and was engaged late in the afternoon, without suffering any loss in men or horses. The section of Whitworths fired eight shots at the enemy, also without loss. I am, Captain, very respectfully, Your obedient servant,
D. G. Mcintosh, Major Artillery.