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Fourteenth Virginia regiment.

Virginia regiment, Col. John here a conspicuous part, as al- in the fight near Williamsburg last. The following is a list of in its ranks on the occasion: Monticello' Guard. Alexander Hoffman, killed; Christian and W. T. Jones, mortally --the letter since dead; W. M. Wing- John Durret, do.

Company B, (Albemarle Rifles, Charlotte--- Wirt, slightly wounded in the David M. Goodman, wounded; Banja- of Covesville, killed.

Company C, (Scartsville.)--Two killed and .

Company D. (Howardsvilles.)--Capt. Faulk- wounded;--Thomas and killed.--Turner and another .

Company E, (Piedmont Rifles, Stony Point) Peyton is said to be wounded, and Company suffered severely.

Company F, Montgomery Guard, Char-)--Captain Bennett Taylor, flesh in thigh; Lieut. S G Leitch, slightly in Robert Kirby, H Harden, Allen Wood, John Dee, Daniel Smith, . It is reported that two were killed. Company G, (Ambert.)--Two reported or wounded.

Company H, (Amherst.)--Jacob B Drum- killed; Lt Brown, slightly wounded; John Bryant, wounded.

Company I, (Nelson.)--M C Wills, Edward wounded. It is reported that one were killed.

Company K, (Blue Ridge Rifles, Albemarle)--Some are reported to have been killed some wounded, but nothing definite,

The above is an imperfect list. It is believed were about twenty killed and seventy in this regiment. Adjutant C. C. will doubtless soon send an of- of the casualties in this regiment.

The reported that this regiment made three bayonet charges on the Yankees; they captured a battery and took one and fifty prisoners, said to be a po- of Stockies's brigades. Col. Strange dis- from his horse and his men to .

The Modoombe Guards, from Albemarle, of regiment, were in the thickest of the Fifteen are reported wounded — among Capt. Brown and Lieut. Wyant of the if any, we have no account.

The Albemarle Rangers, from North Gar brought the Yankee prisoners to town, company with the Valley Rangers, from All of the Rangers escaped .

The Albemarle Artillery, it is believed, not in the fight, and thus escaped in

Silas B. Hart, of Albemarle, in the cavalry, was surprised, taken prisoner, and his colors burns off. He, however, to escape, and is now safe in Richmond.

The citizens of Charlottesville, upon re information of the fight, and that from that section were killed and appointed a committee of to proceed to Richmond to look their welfare.

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