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,763 men went into action--432 only came out of it. Among the killed of this brigade we learn the following: Major Rice Graves. Breckinridge's staff, Col. J. M. Hewitt, 2d Kentucky regiment; Capt. Harry Rogers, do.; Lieut. M. M. Carson, do.; Adj't W. Bell, do.; Capt. Daniels, 9th Kentucky; Lieut. Bell. 4th Ky. Cheatham's division is reported to be in possession of Gen. Thomas's body. Col. Bland and Major Hard, 7th S. C., and Col. Ould, of the 8th S. C.; Col. Hewett, 2d Ky; Lieut. ColLieut. Bell. 4th Ky. Cheatham's division is reported to be in possession of Gen. Thomas's body. Col. Bland and Major Hard, 7th S. C., and Col. Ould, of the 8th S. C.; Col. Hewett, 2d Ky; Lieut. Col. Inge, 18th Ala; Col. Wheaton, 22d Ala., were killed. Col. John M. Lillard, 20th Tenn., and Major Haskell, 19th Tenn., dangerously wounded. Col. Richmond, Gen. Polk's Aide-de-camp, was killed by a Yankee sharpshooter just after the fight was over. He was riding between the lines of the two armies and after he was shot and had fallen from his horse he wrote in his memorandum book the request that his body should be taken to his home for interment, for which service his legal representati