the battle of Williamsburg on Monday last, was John Tyler Waller, the same who at Leesburg received the approbation of Gen. Evans for his heroic conduct.
Young Waller, (14 years of age,) belonged to the gallant "Home Guard" of Lynchburg, (Captain Otey,) whose company was in the thickest of the fight during the entire period of action.
When met by his father, who was deeply distressed, he remarked, " Father, I feel defending my dear mother's grace." God grant him recovery from his wounds, a. Jones, severely in body; John Wygall, in shoulder; H. Farrish, in thigh; D C Hughes, neck; Boss Rocke, head; Fleming Roop, shoulder, slightly; J. E. T. Craig, shoulder; James Murdock, foot; B. R. Long, both hands.
Company G. Home Guard, Capt. Otey.
Killed — None.
Wounded-- 1st Sergeant Jas. Franklin, jr, in arm, severely; Ed. A. Akers, shoulder slightly; M. M. Leckie, mortally; S. L. Moorman, hand; Vae Taliaferro, arm; Samuel Nowlin, head; A. W. Nowlin, thigh; Corp Jno Sumpter, arm;