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ouis T. Trueheart, J. Wesley Smith, and Joshua J. Wilkinson. The Blues have seen hard service since the opening of the present campaign, and their gallantry is fully attested by the number of casualties. Their captain killed, two lieutenants wounded, and their rank and file so reduced as to leave but few names on the roll. When the Blues returned from their campaign in Western Virginia they were entertained with a banquet by the honorary members, when an eloquent address was made by Col. G. W. Munford, in which he invoked them, whatever vicissitudes might befall to sustain their ancient reputation by their conduct on the bloody field, and well have they remembered the injunction. The organization of the company dates back as far as 1794, and many of our best and most prominent citizens have marched under its flag. Richmond Grays. The following are the casualties in company G, 12th Virginia regiment, in the fight on Saturday: Killed — Joseph B. Sacrey, (printer, of Richmon