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The Eighth Georgia Regiment. We had an interview last evening with Mr. J. W. Avery, of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry, of Savannah, Ga., who gives us some interesting facts in regard to Col. Bartow's gallant regiment, which we propose to publish in detail in our next issue. In the battle of Sunday, besides Col. Bartow, Adjutant John L. Branch and Capt. Howard--the latter commander of the Echols Guard — were killed — and this probably embraces the entire mortality list among the officers. Lieut. Col. Gardiner, formerly Major in the U. S. Army, was severely wounded in the leg. Mr. Avery has kindly furnished us with a correct list of the killed, wounded and missing of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry, which we append. The company fought with desperation and suffered severely. Killed.--W. H. Crane, head; Julius Ferrill, face; George Butler, body; Bryan Morel body.; Thos. Purse, head. Wounded.--John A. Belvin, hip, severe; Frank Lenz, thigh severe.; L. Lipman, ankle, le
The Georgians. --The city of Savannah has sent on to Richmond a committee of its citizens to see to the wants of wounded Georgians and to remove the remains of the killed belonging to their State, to the soil from whence they sprung. We understand, however, that the slain have been carefully and tenderly buried on the battle-field — fit resting place for its brave defenders — and their graves have been marked. The committee arrived to-day, accompanied by Dr. W. Gaston Bulloc
Not dead. --Edward Holcomb, whose name was published yesterday in the list of killed of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry, of Savannah, Ga., is neither killed nor wounded.