se who form an exception have already been reported for publication to the world.
On Monday, the thirtieth June, Lieutenants Jones and Adams assisted me in the command of the battery, and discharged their duty well.
On Tuesday, the first July, Lieutenant Jones alone aided me, Lieutenant Adams having been sent by me to the ordnance train in charge of some caissons.
In the two engagements, I had few casualties.
They are as follows:
Killed: private Charles W. Gay.
Wounded: privates Rufus Bennet, severely, in thigh; W. L. Snead, painfully, in foot, and John B. Turner, slightly, in hand.
I make no mention of some whose wounds were so slight as not to deserve the name.
Several of my battery horses were disabled, and the horse of Lieutenant Jones was shot from under him.
Very respectfully, George W. Wooding, Captain Danville Artillery.
Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Botts.
headquarters Second regiment Virginia volunteers, July 13, 1862.
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