e wounded officers, Lieutenant-Colonel Kane, and Capt. Niles, of the Kane Rifles; Captain Bradbury, of the Sixth, and Captains Dick and Galway, of the Ninth Pennsylvania reserve volunteer corps, were conspicuous, leading their men when wounded.
Othe, Captain Easton, First Pennsylvania artillery; Captain Niles, First rifles; Captain Bradbury, Sixth infantry P. R.; Captains Dick and Galway, Ninth infantry, P. R.
The number of killed found in front of the position occupied by the Ninth infantprivate); S. Galbraith, (corporal); G. Cook, (private).
Wounded.--Sixth Infantry, Captain Bradbury. Ninth Infantry, Captain Dick; Captain Galway. First Rifles, Captain Niles. Sixth Infantry, privates H. Lathrop, dangerously; W. H. Payne, severely;regiment.--Private William R. Fox, Co. K.
Ninth regiment.--Lieutenant-Colonel R. Anderson; Major J. McK. Snodgrass; Captains S. Dick, R. Galway, J. Cuthbertson, J. T. Shannon, C. Barnes, J. B. Brookbank; Lieutenants J. B. Beatty, J. C. Walkinshaw, G