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Casualties in the Stonewall brigade.

We published yesterday the casualties in two of the regiments in this brigade. Below are the list of killed and wounded in the 27th and 33d regiments of the same brigade:

Twenty seventh Va, regiment.

Staff — Col J K wounded badly, and left arm amputated at shoulder joint.

Co. B--Killed; Privates John Purcell, Wounded: Sgts Gallaher, P C Adman privates Alex Smith Henry Michael Gady, Wm Keys Q P Jas Woods Lewis Sprouse.

Co. C--Killed: Sgt Wounded: Corp'ls Evans and Baker, privates J A Archy since dead; J H Forbes J Reynolds, C Griffin Geo. S A S Berry.

Co. D--Killed: privates M H Parker and W B Wounded: Corp'l Royd privates C W L Lynch G Z Lynch R S McCarthey, J W V water, Q P Withelms, Q H Withelms, S Chapman.

Co E — Killed: Privates G W Harper, H Irain Wm Robinson Wounded: Sgts Frazier and Wes privates James White John John J P Moore, George Rewell

Co F — Killed: Robt Daniel Wounded: Lt Moore Sgt Hanger, Cpt. Merit A J ard Hoit.

Co G — Wounded: Sgt. M W Col Benson, privates Wm. Aliman, P T Hoofman, Jas Graham, Jas Frazier, Jas Reese, Jas Paxton, and Arch Smiley.

Co H — Wounded: Capt J C Boudes, Col or Sgt Hutchinson, privates Wm Craig W James Dies Jordan, W Six S E W N grows since R Scallear, C Strong, J W Wallace .

Thirty third Virginia regiment.

Wounded: Major Geo 1st Lieut Jas Hossel, co C, (since died;) 2d Lieut N L Powwell, co (since died,) 2d Lieut Benj co F.

Killed: Serg't John Shrayman co K, Serg't Jno Gochemon, co G; Privates David P Johnson, co D; Bunnion co E, Morgan Brift co F; Henry co F; Reuben Grise co G; Simon Lucas, co H; Jos Cromer, Jacob Jno W W co I

Wounded: Serg't Benj F co D, Serg't Geo F Brooks co G; Corp'l David B co N; Privates Sylvance Pence, David Simmons co A; D Ritenour Gen Hevtin, Silas H Funk, Henry man co E; Geo Marston, M Mason, W B Mason, J W Samuel J Frank, Jos Marpole co. ; Jno Jno Harrell Jacob Smoke, co ; Jacob Ritterman co F; David Sinter, Jno Jno ships, Wesley Cuffman co G; B F Millen, (since died) Wm Somers, Benj F Early Cubbage, Willis Cubbage, J R Cubbage, Jas Comer, Geo H Ronith, Jas F Miller, Franklin Rothjeb, Emanuel Rothjeb, Nickola, Jno W McGey co H; Jno A J Louer, Jno Weller, Jacob Hudlow co I; Abraham Sibert, Noah Song, Edward Siox, Solomon A Hardwick, Richard co K.

D H Walton Adj't 3td Va Inf.

List of killed and wounded in Lieut.-Colonel R. Snowden Andrew's Battalion of Artillery, in the second battle of Fredericksburg, May 2d, 3d, 4th, and 5th, 1863:

Captain Domestic Company 1st Maryland battery--Killed: Privates Wm Robey, B Pollits Dr P B Davall, Wounded: John Gale, leg, severely; Serg't A Young severely; privates R Sidnam, head, severely; A Teison arm and shoulder, severely; C McNeal, leg, slightly, John Schalf, leg, slightly.

Carpenter's Battery Capt Carpenter.--Killed: Privates J Grim. Wounded: Capt J G Carpenter, leg severely; private John Kiding head, severely; Serg't J W Reed, a region, slightly.

Lac Battery Capt Raine--Killed: Private W E Owens. Wounded: Privates W H Esdes head, slightly; W D Howell, hand, slightly, F A Marsh, hand and arm slightly.

Battery Capt Brown.--Killed: Corporal R Hopkins. Wounded: Private R E Langley, shoulder severely; Coral F A Carberry, leg, severely; Serg't A Crowley, face slightly private J R Sparks hip slightly.

Battery Capt Graham--Killed: Private G W Stewart Wounded: Privates H severely; Wm shoulder; severely J L Moore, shoulder slightly, Jas Paine, side slightly; Alfred Gold, face, slightly.

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