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tysburg. --Wm. Slaughter, of company H, and L. B. Robinson, of company B, 53d Va. regiment, returned from Fort Delaware by the last flag of truce boat, and report the following as regards those named, who were reported missing after the battles at Gettysburg: Lieut-Col. R W Martin, commanding, was severely wounded in hip and leg. The last heard of him he had written a note to his father. Major J C Timberlake, unhurt. Adjutant, Henry T Chalter, unhurt. Company A--A R Willingham, slightly wounded; T C Carter, slightly wounded. Company B--Lieut H S Richardson, commanding, unhurt. Company D--Lt E D Robinson, unhurt; Lt R C Campball, unhurt; Corporal J H Barch, unhurt; R D Parry, unhurt; L L Littlepage, do; J E, Wilson, unhurt. Company E--Capt B L Farenboft, unhurt; Lt Wm H Bray, leg amputated; Color-bearer L B Blackman, severely wounded in the breast. Company H--Capt J L Letane, unhurt; Lt Wm H Burruss, died of wounds 9th July; Lt J J Sale, unhur