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n William L. Brook, company K, was killed while gallantly leading his company, and both of his Lieutenants wounded. His company was on the left of the colors, and suffered more than any other. Captain Street, and Lieutenants Boughan, Kerr, and Goodrich were wounded in this engagement, besides a number of men. About twelve o'clock, on Friday, June twenty-seventh, the regiment was formed with the brigade, and marched in the direction of Gaines's Mill, Lieutenant-Colonel Christian commanding. Afck leave in his pocket. Company I. William T. Cowan, James Yates, R. Todd, and V. H. Fauntleroy. Company M. Sergeants Bullock and Morris; privates James W. Smith, R. O. Perry, McGary Burress, Blanton Humphreys, Johnson Newton, S. Rice, and Goodrich. Sergeant Robinson, company M, acted well. The aggregate loss is as follows: Killed, twenty-two; wounded, ninety-four; missing, three. I am, Captain, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, F. Mallory, Colonel, commanding Fifty-fifth