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cker. Missing: Privates M. A. Reese, Jno. Kearney. Co. E, Lt. H. T. Wilkinson com'g — Wounded: Sergt Geo. E. Wilkinson; private Jno. Harris. Missing: Lt. H. T. Wilkinson, supposed killed. Co. G., Lt. A. J. Leftwich com'g — Wounded: Privates Wilton P. Carnea., F. T. Jenkins, J. E. Miner, Jno. C. Slaughter, Jno. W. Williams. Missing: Ensingn Samuel S. Anderson. Company H. Lieut Judson M. Kent commanding, Wounded: Privates M. J. Overstreet, Wm. D. Porters. Missing: Privates Jas. W. Tallon, Jno. J. Tallon, A. L. Brown. 10th inst, near Wade's Shop, and 11th inst, at Spotsylvania C. H. Field and Steff.--Wounded: Lt. Cal. E. Poinuett Taylors. Company A.--Wounded: Private Peter Asks brook. Company B.--Killed, Corporal J. F. Smithson. Wounded: Private P. C. Halley. Company D.--Wounded: Lieut W. H. Tudor, mortally (died sinner); private R. W. Egell. Company C.--Killed; 1st Serg't Robt H. French, private H. J. Meadow. Th. Smith, Adj't. Enquirer and Whig please cop