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Sergeant Everett, of the same battery, was shot through the head, a very serious wound. Col. Lauman, of the Seventh Iowa, is badly shot in the thigh. Of the Thirtieth regiment, forty-four are killed and missing; eighteen are in the hospital and three wounded in camp. The names of the men are as follows: John S. Heath, Theodore Gross, Jerry Beatie, John A. McClure, of Company A; James Davis, Company B; Joseph Lenning, Company C; Isaac Wright, L. Cox, Milton Colton, Company D; H. Haling, George Brown, Frank G. Hart, Company E; H. Mayar, Wm. Abernethy, Company H; Isaac R. Martin, Wm. Entleten, A. J. Williams, Casper Sabien. Most of them are doing well; two of them will, without doubt, loss an arm. Col.-Logan thinks thirty-seven of his men are killed. Col. Buford's boys arrested a Major Harris, of Tennessee, and brought home their Confederate flag as a trophy. The Seventh Iowa and the Twenty-second have suffered pretty badly. We captured two prisoners. At two o'clock, Col. Fouk
Lathrop, dangerously; W. H. Payne, severely; James Turenne, severely; W. R. Vandyke, severely; W. H. Dinsmore, slightly; Edgar Smith, severely; Thomas Conroy, slightly; Charles Yahn, severely; Benjamin Seely, severely; John M. Brown, severely; George Brown, slightly; Edward Demander, severely. Ninth Infantry, privates, Alexander Smith, gun-shot in neck; John Schmidt, severely in arm; William Earnest, left leg; Joshua McMasters, in the thigh; George Motor, thigh and arm; William O'Mither, in lumhn H. Weston. Sixth regiment.--Company C, privates H. Lathrop, W. H. Gayne, James Sunone; company F, private Wm. H. Densmore; company G, private Edgar Smith; company H, private Thomas Conway; company I, private Charles Weller; company K, privates George Brown, H. E. Dimander, corporal John M. Brown. In addition to the officers mentioned in the reports of commanders of regiments, I respectfully recommend that Colonel John S. McCalmont, (Tenth regiment Pennsylvania reserve corps;) Colonel C.