rge Anderson, in leg; Manoah Ratliff, in leg; Peter Kirn, in both legs; Oliver Edwards, in elbow.
Deserters — William Pierce and Robert Conner left their company and regiment on the twentieth day of August, and have not since been heard from. John H. Finley, Captain Company 4, Sixty-ninth.
Indianapolis, Ind., September 8. To Colonel Korff :
The following is a report of company F, Sixty-ninth regiment Indiana volunteers:
List of paroled prisoners.--Capt. Lewis K. Harris, First Lieut. Jos. Jackson, Second Lieut. George Thompson, First Sergt. Oliver S. Plummer, Second Sergt. William Reeves, Third Sergt. Wm. H. Williams, Fourth Sergt. Solomon Harter, Fifth Sergt. James S. Bolander.
Privates — David Murphy, William Jackson, Benjamin Mathews, Mathew Jellson, George W. Chenworth, J. W. Newman, Edward Harlan, S. B. Oneard, Enoch Fields, E. Lambert, J. Marshall, William Mattchet, Harlan Castle, J. F. Middleton, Abner Page, A. Grollet, William Cox, Cornelius Vannuyse, William R