of, said to be mortally wounded in the side.
Also, they carried away, in wagons that belonged to Col. Whaley's men, several dead bodies.
The names of the dead on our side, as far as we can learn, are James Massie, Wm. Vititoe, Pleasant Lunsford, all from the northeast part of this county, and John Malloy, an Irishman.
We can arrive certainly at ten wounded on our side — among them Wm. Wilson, Clement Nance, George Sines, and Amos Lambert, of the northeast part of this county.
The leg of Sines was broken by a ball.
Also a man named Bragg was among the wounded.
Dr. G. B. Bailey, of Portsmouth, who commanded the Portsmouth Company in the First Ohio, at the Bull Run defeat, is said to have been shot in the chin, and taken prisoner.
He was acting as assistant surgeon in Col. Whaley's command.
We know, leaving out of account any reported thrown into the river, that of the Federal troops five were killed, ten wounded--this positive; others probably killed and wounded.
The rebel los