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djutant of 13th Tenn, do; Capt Wilkins, do; Harvey Walker, do; Jno Savege and ap, of Shelby county, do; Lt Bell, do; Capt W K Crawford, I T Ark, do; Co Bate, do; Maj Doak, killed; J J Maggine, 8th Ark, wounded; R C Tyler, do; Maj & Lowry, 6th Miss, wounded; Lieutenant Col Stewart, do; Miks Doffee, 8th Ark, wounded; McMinn, 16th la, do; Capt. Pitmen, 13th Tenn, do; A D Radkin, 44th do, do; Lt Deabbot, 154th, do; Perriman, 9th Ark, snot in the head; S M Armstrong, 13th Tenn, wounded, Capt Tve, Bates's reg't,) do; W D Franks, 9th Ark, do; J A Brown, 5th Tenn, do; Major Henry, do; Capt Sutherland, killed; M V Morris, 13th Tenn, wounded; Lieutenants Rice and Dyer, do; General Wood, reported killed; Jimmy McMannus, wounded slightly; Capt Chairs, 154 killed; J H McConly, do; wounded; E W Bradford, 155th Tenn, do; Leroy Reese, do, do; Fred Wekell, 154th, (B C Grays,) in the month; R F Maclay, 4th La, wounded; R H Wella, 3d Miss, do; J H Maye, 12th Tenn, do; Peter Duffee, 8th Ark, do; Jacob Ol
The farmers of Clarke county, Ga., have resolved that they will this year plant not exceeding half an acre of cotton to the land, and that they will use proper diligence and industry in the production of a provision crop. Albert Akers, son of Mr. Bryan Akers, of Lynchburg, Va., was mortally wounded in the battle of Shiloh. He belonged to Col. Bates's 2d Tennessee regiment. Tomatoes it is suggested, should be planted in large quantities, for the use of the camps. Gen. Prentiss, captured by our troops at Shiloh, is the same notorious Lincolnite who offered $500 last fall, in St. Louis, for a rebel. Major-General W. J. Hardee was slightly wounded in the battle of Shiloh.