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ompany D, in arm; William L. Wilson, company A, in leg; Jacob P. Jarrett, in head; G. W. Graves, in forehead. Seventeenth North-Carolina, (in Fort bar tow.)--James Green, severe, in shoulder; William Groves, severe, in thigh. Total, thirty-nine. Generally the wounds are very slight, and with few exceptions, are rapidly recov of Gen. Wise's command numbered about four hundred and fifty men. On the morning of the eighth, Major Fry, with four other companies of the First regiment, and Col. Green's battalion, were sent to the island. Three companies were retained at Nag's Head to prevent the enemy landing on the Roanoke Sound shore of the beach, and to that day and part of Sunday. Col. Shaw ordered a retreat early, and Col. Jordan's men were completely demoralized by his order to take care of themselves. Lieut.-Col. Green and Major Fry never got into action. Thus four hundred and fifty men of the Wise Legion and North-Carolina infantry, fought upwards of five thousand of th