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was opened upon the head of the column from a thick pine-wood thicket. Assistant Surgeon Alexander was seriously wounded, and private Joel Houghtelling was badly wounded. and I had my horse killed. The wood was instantly surrounded, and the carbineers sent into the woods. We killed two and captured four, one of whom was shot twice, and is not likely to live. I captured two good horses, five shot guns, one Hallis rifles, and two pistols. The names of the prisoners are as follows: W. D. Farley, First Lieutenant South Carolina Volunteers, was Captain on General Bonham's staff;) F. DeCarandene, Lieutenant Seventh South Carolina Volunteers, P. W. Casper, Seventh South Carolina Volunteers; Thomas Colsman, citizen of Drainsville, dangerously wounded; F. Holdebrand, private Thirteenth Virginia Cavalry, A. M. Whitten, private Thirteenth Virginia Cavalry, (taken at Drainsville on picket) We killed and captured all we saw. Geo. D. Bayard. Colonel First Pennsylvania Cavalry. Major-Ge