hilst gallantly leading his brigade is the thickest of the fight — a nobler spirit of braver man has not been offered a sacrifice to this war; Brig Gen Daniel was wounded Thursday, and died to day; Brig Gen Stuart, of Stonewall brigade, was also wounded.
His arm has been resected, and he is doing well; Brig Gen McGowan was wounded, but is better.
The following are a few more of casualties in staff officers of which I have heard: Col Baker, 16th Miss, killed; Lt Col Felters, do do, do; Col Harding, 19th Miss, killed; Lt Colonel Shuter, 1st South Carolina, killed; Colonel McGreary, wounded in throat; Lieut Col McArthur, 61st Ga wounded mortally, since died; Col Skinner, 52d Va, wounded severely, not mortally; Lieut Col Mcmeyer, 61st Va, killed, and Col O D Groner, same regiment, slightly wounded, whilst riding at the head of his regiment in a grand charge; Col Casey, 58th Va, severely, not dangerously wounded; Col Fields, Mahone's brigade, severely, not dangerously wounded; Col J M Ha
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