, leg, severely; H. Sheffield,----; Cyrus Agens, slightly; Otto Steunn, hip, flesh wound; Charles L. Clark, throat.
Co. D, Capt. D. S. Foster, leg.
Co. A, Private R. Weeks, thigh, severe; F. Sanderson, hand; C. W. Wadleigh, arm.
Co. B, Privates John Sheeby, leg, severe; James Kane, thigh, severe.
Co. C, Privates George Manning, thigh, dangerous; P. Leonard, leg to be amputated; A. Moody, shoulder, severe.
Co. D, Privates Addison Marsh, face; James Montgomery, thigh, dangerous; Chas. T. Green, leg, slight; Geo. Hardy, leg, slight; Amos W. Gleason, shoulder, severe.
Co. E, Sergt. Chris. A. Curtis, leg, flesh wound.
Co. G, Privates Henry Howard, thigh; J. W. Norcross, chest; G. H. Matthews, chest, dangerous; Seth H. Paine, chest, dangerous; G. D. Whitcomb, shoulder, dangerous.
Co. H, Corp. Fred Tyas, leg, slightly.
Co. K, Geo. Booth, jaw, dangerous.
Co. B, Sergt. G. Morse, left side.
Co. D, Corp
ivates Hoole and Goodwin, and severely wounded Willis — all of Captain McArthure's company I, Eighth Maine volunteers--who were the only persons killed or wounded after my arrival.
On this occasion all the troops behaved exceedingly well.
Colonel Montgomery, with about one hundred and twenty men of his regiment, accompanied by Captain Stedman of the gunboat Paul Jones, made a successful expedition to Pilatka, seventy-five miles up the river, taking prisoners a lieutenant and fourteen men with article brought on board could have remained without serious inconvenience, and would have made many poor women and children comfortable in their involuntary exile.
It is now abandoned to destruction, and its owners to want and suffering.
Col. Montgomery and Col. Rust both did all that could be done to mitigate the evils of the occasion, and I regret that unnecessary suffering should be thus inflicted, and Col. Higginson was the last person from whom I expected it.
If Gen. Hunter had desi
shoulder; William Rogers, second assistant-engineer, slightly in head and shoulder; James Kelly, B. M., slightly in knee; And. Rasmison, Q. M., slightly in head; William Daly, seaman, in head; Robert Barry, marine, gunshot wound of ear and head; James McKunn, marine, contusion of shoulder--9.
Selma --P. U. Murphy, Lieutenant commanding.
J. H. Comstock, lieutenant and executive officer; J. R. Murray, acting master's-mate; William Hall,gunner's-mate; James Rooney, seaman; James Montgomery, seaman; Bernard Riley, ordinary seaman; J. R. Frisly, landsman; Christopher Shepherd, landsman--8.
P. U. Murphy, lieutenant commanding, slightly in wrist; John Villa, seaman, badly, leg and arm; Henry Fratee, landsman, badly in hand; Daniel Linnehan, seaman, slightly in arm; John Shick, seaman, slightly in face; John Davis, fireman,. slightly; John Gilliland, seaman, slightly--7.
Total killed, 10; wounded, 16. D. B. Conrad, Fleet-Surgeon, C. S. N.
Officers of the