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d and thigh. Recapitulation. Killed7 Mortally wounded6 Otherwise wounded, as far as yet heard from63 Total77 Those who were seriously wounded were left in the hospitals at Williamsburg, and are now in the hands of the enemy. Elevenths Virginia regiment. The following is a list of the killed and wounded in the 11th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, First Brigade: Col. Sam Garland, flesh wound in arm; Adjutant J. Lawrence Meem, slightly in leg. Company A., rifle Grays Captain Mitchell. Killed — W. H. Lawrence, John H. Slagle, J. R. Raine, and S. P. Stuart. Wounded-- First Sergeant J. C. Thurmen in thigh; Lieutenant P. B. Akers, in hand; Thos. S. Rec or, mortally; J. S. Delano hand; G. F. Weightman wrist; J. H. Tumer, body; J. F. Gooldy, mortally; Lewis G. Havbrook. face; H T Cheatham, breast; H. S. Elam, mortally; J. M. Conley, slightly; E. S. Dinguid, accidentally injured. Missing — W. J. Isaacs. Company B. Southern Guard, Captain Horton. Ki
hooner which a -inch Columbian had been and instead of doing so, the Captain boat over to Old po t and gave informs probably that our forces were evacus Sewell's Point. Tobins, we man, and has been in charge of ever since the war began. The White longed to the and Chesapeake nal Company. We learn from persons from Newell's P that the bombardment, as heavy as it was done the works there go harm w There were none of our men killed, tho Lieut Wall ce of the Norfolk County Janson Grays, received a slight wound in ankle, and Private Cooper, of the same , was severely wounded in the ankle, and Private Cooper, of the same , was severely wounded in the Besides these, we learn that a young man who was on the Sewell's Point road probably a mile from the battery, received a slight wound on the neck from a piece shell which exploded in the vicinity. The New York Times, among its Southern Items, at announces th was ed out the enterprise of Southern as evidence of w