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ualties in the late battles.
The following is a list of some of the prominent Union officers killed and wounded in the late battles in Virginia:
Generals — Duryea, wounded; Hatch, slightly wounded, Kearney, U. S. army, killed; Schenck, badly wounded; Sigel, slightly wounded; Isaac I. Stevens, killed; Tower, badly wounded; Taylor, wounded, since died.
Colonels Killed--Brown, 20th Indiana; Brown, 28th Indiana; Cantred, 82d Ohio; Koltes, 73d Penn. Vols; McConnell, 3d New Jersey; O'Connor, 2d Wisconsin; Roberts, 1st Michigan.
Majors Killed--Barney, 24th New York; May, 19th Indiana; Town, 1st Michigan cavalry.
Captains Killed--Abbott, 7th New Jersey, H. Brown, 100th Penn; Brayton, co. B, 7th Wisconsin, S. Brounand, 100th Penn; Buckley, co. K, 24th N. Y.; Campbell, co. E, 3d N. J.; Davey, co. H, 14th Brooklyn Elcock, co. E, 14th, do; King, co. A, 30th N. Y.; Knox, 83d Penn; Mallery, co. B, 14th Brooklyn, Randolph, co. H, 2d Wis; Smead, 2d artillery; Stone, 11th Mass;