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Fifth South Carolina Regiment.


Headquarters 5th Reg. S. C., Camp Pettus, Aug. 9, 1861.
To the Editors of the Dispatch.
--I send you a list of the killed and wounded of the 5th Regiment of South Carolina, commanded by Col. Jenkins:

Killed.--H. A. McCrary, Sparta Rifles, Captain Walker commanding; Wm. Little, Pac Guards, Capt. Carpenter commanding; T. W. Fowler, Pea Bridge Volunteers, Capt. Glenn.

Wounded--Leander Nolan, Sparta Rifles, right arm; S. L. Land, do, flesh, thigh; Rev. J. E. Watson, do., left wrist; John White, knee, slight; 1st Sergeant James Mason, James L. L., Capt. Seabrock, shoulder, bad; Felix Mullinenire, do., finger shot off; W. F. Davidson, do, left arm; R. A. McElwer, do., right foot; J. T. McKnight, do., slight, back of head; J. W. Beard, do., left thigh grazed; George Bonner, Pac. Guards, Capt. Capt. Carpenter, thigh, severe, but not dangerous; H. S. Webb, do., right arm; A. D. Spears, Pea Bridge Volunteers, Capt. Glenn, head, slight; Thos. C. Wilson, Tiger Volunteers, Capt. Giles, left hand shot off; Thos. Bison, do., both arms broken and in breast, severe; Samuel Parker, do., in thigh, flesh, severe; J. W. Booker. L. F. Volunteers, Capt. Seny, head slight; C. H. Miniz, King's Mountain Guards, Capt. Jackson, finger shot off.

We are all quiet in camp, and patiently waiting orders from Headquarters to move in whatever directed the wisdom of our superiors — in whom we have the utmost confidence — shall command. The sick who have had measles, are recovering and returning to camp daily. There is no news of public interest which is reliable. Lieut. Col Legg was not ‘"wounded,"’ but mounted. Dan

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