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. Specs killed; wounded, Third Lieutenant P. E. Terry, severely; one enlisted man. Marion men of Combahee.--Wounded, six enlisted men, and one missing. Report of Colonel C. J. Colcocke. headquarters Third regiment cavalry, S. C. V., Grahamville, November 4, 1862. Lieutenant Ed. H. Barnwell, A. A. A. General: Sir: A little after nine o'clock on the morning of the twenty-second of October, it was reported to me unofficially that about daylight that morning the Abolition fleet, consin of a merciful Providence, who protects those fighting in a righteous cause. For casualties occurring in Major Abney's command, I refer you to that officer's report, which you will find herewith enclosed. Two hours after this train passed Grahamville another train arrived from Savannah with the Thirty-second and--------Georgia regiments, under the command of the gallant Colonel Harrison. Unfortunately, they arrived at Coosawhatchie after the enemy had retired, and thus were denied the ple