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, and remained until the last gun had been fired. Private Banentine, Co C, 4th Georgia, being unable to find his own regiment, fell into Co. K. 18th Virginia, fought gallantly, and was killed in the action. R. McCulloch. Adjt. 18th Va. Vols. List of killed and wounded in the Second Florida regiment. Richmond, Va., June 2, 1862. Please publish the following list of casualties in the Second Florida regiment. This regiment is in Early's old brigade, now commanded by General Garland, and was gallantly led by him in the battle of Saturday. Our brigade being in the front, led the charge, and were badly cut up. The Second-Florida regiment went into battle with 436 men, rank and file and had 187 killed and wounded. Thomas M. Palmer, Surgeon Second Florida regiment. Killed. Major G W Call. First Company.--Capt O S Flagg, Corp George Mickler, and Corpl Robert Syms. Second Company.--Capt J H Pooser, Privates W Taylor and R J Irwin. Third C
ments near Barker's farm and posted themselves behind fallen trees, of bushes, and the breastworks. Saturday morning it was determined to attack and two divisions were sent down the Williamsburg road for the purpose. General division led the advance supported by Longstreets. As soon as the enemy a cotton was reached Gen. Hill prepared for a vigorous attack. Featherstone's brigade led the advance. It was commanded on the occasion by Col. Anderson, the General being ill in the city. Garland's brigade commenced the attack on the left, and in a few minutes the engagement became general. After two fighting our men drove the Yankees from their camps. This brigade then, in parish of the original plan, deployed right left of the enemy's works, our artillery are commenced to play on them. In the 4th North Carolina, out of 29 officers, four were killed instantly, and 19 wounded. Capt. Hacon, of the 27th Georgia while as aid to Col. Anderson, was killed. In the last cha