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one. Wounded: sergt Coons. Missing: None. Co E — Killed: Lieut S Marris. Wounded: Private Crowder, R Mosely, H H Winfree. Missing: None. Co F — Killed: None. Wounded: Privates. B S Wandridge, W A Price. Missing: None. Co G — Killed: J P Harris. Wounded: None. Co G — Killed: J P Harris. Wounded: Sergt Kimbrough, arm fractured and saber out in head; Corporal J R Gilman, cut in head; privates J C Gilman. Shot in breast and cut in head; A W Brock, in thigh; J B Brown, in hand; Geo B SyHarris. Wounded: Sergt Kimbrough, arm fractured and saber out in head; Corporal J R Gilman, cut in head; privates J C Gilman. Shot in breast and cut in head; A W Brock, in thigh; J B Brown, in hand; Geo B Sydner, cut in head; J J Perry, slightly in mouth. Missing: L Priddy, W A Poindexter, J A Nuckol. Co K — Killed: None. Wounded: None. Missing: Sergt Croxton, private Powell, Jones Shepard, Drumheller, Gregory, Brightwell, Nicholas, Garnett, Chick, Pollard, Amest. Recapitulation — Killed: 2. Wounded: 17. Missing: 16. Total: 85. Fifth Regiment Virginia Cavalry--Col. F L Rosser, wounded severely in foot; Major John W Puller, killed. Co V — Killed. Corporal Hayden Wounded: None. M
An Unfortunate marriage. --We find the following in a recent number of the Port Hudson (La.) News: A paragraph appeared in our last paper stating that Mrs. Harris of Skipwith's landing, had married the Captain of the Queen of the West. The report is true, as we have it from one who knows. This lady was for a long time an the melee one of the muskets went off and the ball passed through the lady's arm, wounding her severely. As no physician was to be found is the neighborhood, Mrs. Harris was taken on board one of the gunboats for treatment. There she met Capt. Sullivan, whom she afterwards married. Her matrimonial lies, however, was not of lonhom she afterwards married. Her matrimonial lies, however, was not of long duration. Heaven refused to smile upon such a union of discordant elements. In the fight with the "Queen," the Captain and husband of Mrs. Harris was among the first killed, and now she is a widow once more, perhaps to become the wife of another Yankee.