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Casualties of the battle of Cedar Run.

We publish below, for the gratification of those who may have friends in the 13th and 33d regiments, a list of the casualties in those regiments in the battle of Cedar Run, on the 9th inst. These lists are furnished us by those who have accurate sources of information, and may be regarded as correct:

Thirteenth regiment.

Staff--Adj't Festus Cowherd, wounded in leg.

Company A, Capt Cullen--Wounded: Capt Geo Cullen, in thigh and shoulder; Serg't James Moore, calf of leg; Robt Downer, slightly; Lancelot Burns, calf of leg, badly; Thos Austin, slightly.

Company C, Captain Goodman--Wounded: J M Harper, slightly; J Robt Calvin, in hand; J H Cook, in breast, slight.

Company D, Capt Winston--Wounded: Wm Grymes, in ankle; J L Nuckols, slight, in bowels; Simeon Schacht, calf of leg, slight; J F Dickinson, in leg, slight; Jas Seay, in leg, slight; Lewis Napper, slight.

Company E, Capt Brooke--Killed: Lieutenant Luckett, Lt Humphries. Wounded: Sergt Sisson, severely; Thos Field, slightly; R H McConky, slightly.

Company F, Capt Eheart--Wounded: Captain Eheart, thigh, badly; Sergt Fitzhurgh, slightly; Jas Lee, in jaw, slightly; A Wayland, in side and arm; A W Thompson, slight, R Payne, slight.

Company H--Wounded: J W Smith, leg, slight; F S Russell, arm, slight.

Company I, Lieut Morehead--Wounded: Sergt V M Poling, slight; Samuel Moler, heel; Fisher, slight.

Company K--Wounded: F W Sheetz, breast; Walter Largent, side, slight.

Total — Killed, 2; Wounded, 31.

This regiment opened the fight about half-past 2 o'clock P. M. and was in the thickest of it until after night. The wounded are doing very well.

Thirty-third regiment.

Wounded:--Major F W M Holliday, arm shattered, and since amputated; Adjutant D H Walton, slightly wounded. Company A--Private Elias Oates, slightly. Company C--Corp'l E Hausenflack and Privates Jas Harman, seriously. Company E--Private Wm Leasey, slightly. Company F--Capt A Spangler, slightly; Lieut Henry Burcamp, Privates Samuel Dougherty and D. Glenn, slightly. Company H--Color-Serg't B F Miller, seriously, and Private Jas F Prince, slightly Company I--Lieut D W Huffman, painfully; Private E Grandle, seriously. Company K--Lieut John S Saix, painfully.

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