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The First Maryland regiment. The following is pretty nearly a correct list of the casualties in the First Maryland regiment, during the late operations of Jackson in the Valley: Wounded--Lieut. Col. E. R. Dorsey, through shoulder. Company A.--Wounded: Capt Wm W Goldsborough, in the side; Color Corporal John B Taylor, severely; Privates Cyrus Butler, severely; Martin L Rider, in breast; James Lawson, left arm; Polk Mayberry, through ankle. Company D.--Killed: Lieut Nicholas Snowden; Privates Edward Beatly. --Berry. Wounded: Sergeant H. Wells, dangerously; Corporal McIntyre, severely; --Simpson, severely; John Key, severely;--Ackler. Company E.--Wounded; Color--Sergeant Doyle, severely; Sergeant Wallace, dangerously; Color-Corporal Cole, severely; Privates Quinn, seriously; Wm Bannon, severely, Edward Lawn, severely. Company F.--Wounded: Sergeants Kennedy and Vogt; Private George Eisenburger. Company G.--Killed: Private Murphy. Wounded: Privates Ryan and Wagner
attack on our part seemed almost hopeless. Jackson, Ewell, and Taylor were all there, and their forces eager for the encounter. But it s. looked for a while thoughtfully on the scene, and then turning to Taylor, inquired, "Can you take that battery? It must be taken, or the day be lost." Taylor replied, "We can," and pointing his sword to the battery, called out to his men, "Louisianian, can you take that battery?" onor this for those who did this gallant deed! Jackson, Ewell, and Taylor were present, cheering on the fight. Every officer, nay, every man silent rejoicing at the result. Gen. Jackson now publicly thanked Taylor and the Louisiana brigade for the day's work. "Take that battery," said Jackson to Taylor, "and keep it, for your men have won it — carry it to your native State when you return, and call it the Louisiana batento of this day." Gracefully acknowledging the compliment, Gen. Taylor took six of the guns, (two could not be carried,) and placing th
Runaways --$20 reward.--Ran away from me on 12th and 13th instant, two negromen, John and Nat. The former has lately been engaged at the Confederate Stables on Bacon Quarter Branch, is stout, and quite likely. It is probable that he is lurking about some camp near the city. Nat is very tall and black; is owned in King and Queen county, where he is likely loitering. I will pay ten dollars apiece for the delivery of each or both to me. je 14--7t James M. Taylor.