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ody death, were the flower of the whole army, and many a heart is saddened by their untimely fate." In looking over Nolan's History of the war against Russia, published by Virtue & Co., London, says the Chicago Tribune, we were astonished at tubsequently made, the loss was 31 officers, 23 sergeants, 8 trumpeters, and 229 privates, killed, wounded, and missing."--Nolan's History, vol. 1 page 550. We look in vain for any precise statement of the number of killed in this fatal charge. was heavier than in any other engagement, the official report of casualties is "killed 462, wounded 1,952, missing 198." Nolan remarks that many of the Light Brigade supposed to be killed were afterwards heard of alive in the hands of the enemy. Tp. 557,) says the loss of the English light cavalry was 150, but of course the Adjutant General's returns, referred to by Nolan, are more accurate. There is certainly no evidence of terrible slaughter in the mass of testimony presented by the volum