ay be mentioned Maj. John M. Daniel, editor of the Richmond Examiner, and late of Gen. Floyd's staff, but
now acting with Gen. Hill.
His arm was shattered.
Capt. Wm. Randall, company K, 1st Louisiana, was not killed as at first reported.
He received a severe wound in the right arm at the elbow joint.
Maj. Edward Savage, N. C. State troops, was among the wounded.
Among the well known citizens of Richmond who met soldiers deaths were Clarence War wick, son of Abram Warwick Bradfute Warwick, son of Corbin Warwick and Samuel D. Mitchell, son of the late Wm. Mitchell, jr They were all young men.
Col. J. G. Seymond, of the 6th Louisiana was killed Saturday.
Among the killed in the desperate fight of Friday afternoon, was Col. J. W. Allen of the 2d regiment Virginia volunteers.
He was shot through the head and expired almost instantly.
At the time he received the fatal shot, he was acting Brigadier-General of Jackson's celebrated "Stonewall Brigade." His bod