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t with my squad and captured property (except the ambulances, which were broken,) and proceeded in the direction of the camp, but meeting a party on the way to the battle field went with them to recover the dead. We got there just as the enemy had left, who had carried off three wagon loads of their dead, and leaving nine more in the lane. Their loss was from 50 to 75 killed; ours only three, so far as we have been able to ascertain, whose bodies were recovered, and will be decently . Lieut. McDonald fell at the mouth of the lane, fighting as bravely as, any man that ever lived Dr. Tapscott, of West Point, and one of Capt. Hooker's men, also fell fighting with great gallantry. It is proper to state that Capt. Stokes and Lieut Geady led their command into the thickest of the fight with a steady and daring courage, of which they may justly feel proud, and that all, both officers and privates, fought with a daring and intrepidity which was never surpassed. After recovering our de
Private O C Key. Company B, Capt Buchanan--Wounded: Corpl P G Braddock, in the leg, Privates J N Cotton, since died, T A Prince, severely in the side; J L Boyd, severely in the breast; Watt C Graham, leg broken; B F Thompson, leg broken: McDonald, in shoulder; J P Ticer, in mouth, neck, and shoulder; James Sutherland, in leg; Samuel Goldsmith, in thigh; R Roberts, arm, very slight; G T Eewel hand, slight. Company C, Capt Scales: None. Company D, Capt Brandon.--Wounded: R H W so loss156 Andrew Jackson. Lieut. Col. Comd'g 5th Reg. S. C. V. Casualties in the Infantry battalion of the Hampton Legion. Company A, Washington Light Infantry, Capt T M Logan.--Killed: Corporal Richard Yeadon, Jr; Privates A G McDonald, H C Taylor. Wounded and Missing: First; Lieut Theo Klinck, Sgt E F Coschman, Private J T Jones. Wounded: First Sgt J W McEliroy, Corp'l Ehen Coffin, Privates L S Aveilbe, F G Coachman, E C Esterling, W H Ford, T S J H Jenkins, Chas Jones, Jas