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n, slightly. Company F, Capt. Alexander Grayson--Killed: Lieut R O Grayson; Private Wm T Dickey. --Wounded: Lieut H W Chamblin, badly. Company G, Capt. J O Berry — Killed: Private Asa Peck. Wounded: Privates Geo L Williams, slight; Armistead Thompson, slight; Thos Holden, badly; J W Butler, badly; Geo Ghee, badly; J W Kidwell badly; Robt Wells, badly; Company H, Capt. Fistus Griffith--Wounded: Corpt Chas A Cox, badly; Private John Manett, slightly. Company I, Capt. Wm F Garrett — Killed: Orderly Jas. A Garrett; Sergt B W Skilman. Wounded: Private Saml Cole, badly. Company K, Capt. J J Smith — Killed: Lieut E L Fant. Wounded: Sergts E M Herrington, slightly; John N Garrison, badly; Corpl L M Lawrence, slightly; Privates C W Farr, badly; Wm Legg. badly. Rev. Geo. W Harris volunteers to the regiment, was badly wounded in side while bearing off a wounded soldier. Total Killed8 Total Wounded52 60 This regiment went into action with 185 mus<
Police Court. --The insignificant nature of the proceedings at this Court yesterday, will appear from the following summary. By if it will be seen that the momentous affairs transpiring on this and the other side of the Chickahominy absorb and divert attention from the doings of the petty offenders, whose fate it is the province of the Head of Police to decide by a wink or nod. James Armstrong, free negro, arrested for being without "papers," (certificate of his freedom,) was discharged.--Delaware, slave of George Turner; William, slave of J. P. Herndon; and Henry, slave of Dobson & Cheevers, were committed as runaways.--An aged negress, known as Katy, slave of Wm. Nockman, arraigned for assaulting Mrs. S. Lormand with an axe, was let off.--The case of George and William Lumpkin, for a threatened assault on Mrs. Jane and Wm. Garrett was continued.--Burnet Loring was fined $3 for permitting his son to fire a pistol in the street.