Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 24, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 24, 1864 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. < ? 11 T ' *J'?g?gBB3e^ ^ " ' ' ~=zrr ? ? - ? ?r-_ WHOLE NO. 10,081. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, APRIL .24, 1864.-WITH SUPPLEMENT. PRICE FOUR CENTS. THE VICTORY IN LOUISIANA. The Battle at Habine Croat Roads. % ill - - ? * * - GALLANTRY CP GENERAL BANKS TIE 8TE06?ir AT FLEASAIT11LL. VALOR OF THE TROOPS. THREE DAY8' DESPERATE FIGHTING. Win Gtseral A. J. Smith Cum Into Action aid Whit Ha Accomplished. Hi firai Charge aid t?er thraw af iha Kiaaji GUNS LOST AND BITA&EN. Kait and Wast Fight Shouldei to Shenlder with New York and Pennsylvania. TIE CA1PA16I A UH0I SUCCESS INCIDENTS OF THE BATTLES. NAMES OF THE KILLED ANB WOUNDED. IMPORTANT RESULTS. fco. &o? &0. Ik* ateemahlo Hlwlntpfli Chptaia Eeanedy, arrived fMMrti; morn lag rfom IlM OHmm , whence abe Ml ? Ike Mlk ioataat. Ski briaga tka detalla at Ik* pM IWiij oktalned by ?eoeral Books over tka rakaia la Tbooteamefalp Vv*o Ing Star, Captain Ball.which otarted Vha next morning, arrived ye* tar day afteraeoo. Mr. WUllaM Taaag's Dcapaltbta. Catmr'a CoamM, La , April 8, ISM. I have already ami forward aoano parttoolara.reiattag la (be cavalry aklrmieb on tka road from Natckltockoe to Wa point yoaterday. Tbera ara other potato to ka moo ?lag intercet to taa frtooda af the Four i New Tork cavalry a ad to tka poblto gaaarally. wiraina or in near. At oaa time, a/tar Rawla'a battery bad ptayad aala kktavouly oa tba rebels, tbay attempted a bold ekarga apoo It; bat grapa aad caa later war* poored la to tbeir ?aaka w.tB aucb deatn-dealiDf fury Una, panic ctrickaa, fee *iiany retired la tba greatest ooafaatoa. Major Bacaford'a Fourteenth lfaw Tork cavalry made a ?art** of moat brilllaat charges a poo tb* eaetay wKh Imra tab ran during tb* aeven mil** of akirmiatitag yesterday on tbe road (rota Natobitocbec I* thie point. for what imtchtocui ? riaoct Imtcbltocbee (pronounced Nackitoeb) I* fam*d U tb* |U*e where one ot tb* Haa.AU> corr*apoad*nta waa Ian ftlwaid laat rail. together wltb a*r*ral of enr officers4 tamo ot whom return bar* la tb* performance of tbetr toy In tbe Thirteenth army oorpa. It la alao famed as ?ka realden** of e?veral quite prominent (kuoa cltiteoe. aad f*r tbe jail where L'nwa moo bare been Imprisoned lav their t erststeot and avowed hostility to >ecc**km. It #av* a majority *f seveuty lour vote* against aeoeemoa " > tbe (aroe of votlag Loclakaaa oat or tka Union waa nmcaaa emiiiup va aomuais mticno*. Captain Easts and Ll< dtenant Casban.or tbe Fourteenth Vow Tork cavalry, were la the advance, with Major Baaa gmd.of that reglmeut, and Major Tracy, af tb* Doming Mgkt cavalry, oa* 01 General A. L. La*'a rtaff oflloers, Shea tbe eerie* or brilliant obarges war* mad*. Adjutant Lam. of the Fourteenth New York, aad LlanMnaat W*a> ver, or Coioael lac**' atsff, alao daeorve booorabl* m?a IM for maintain iag tka aaa.e poaltlou la tbe advaaea. OaaaaEarns, La., Aprtl 11,1864. Ifcrty oa tka moralag or Wadaaaday, April ?, Ooosral ?aake' oe'uatn kavlng reeled far two day* at Matakl Mm. marakad oa Ike Ikioeepoit road, flea oral Lee, mttk Me oavalry, leading ik*oatuma. At atgkt tko kaod ^^^^??try uolama rested at Bayou do P*o|, seveateea ^?taai NalohHnokm, aad- tkO wwb? ssotod at BUI, twenty one mllee boa Natch Hackee. ^|tt* day tba cavalry aklrmlafeoA with tko enemy, mko f*U baek M*wly before oor advaao* firing continually. MfcAYMN OP THE kAtTUMODlil*?HAP SSOVU? m whole aaoioN or m oampaiok. IT* BVVlU* FIRST DAT*8 FIRST. At daylight on tba moralag or tka 7tk Ike army waa to metloa. Tb* cavalry r*?ad the enemy la eecslderakle HMO, bat drove him bote* them with eome loea nalH two mll*e boyoad Pleaaant Hill, where tka rvbeti wm Irawn op in I no aad Mrorgly poo ted ki tb* *dg* of a wood wltb epeo fields la Mat. Tb* for** tea*lewd ?f MM twenty Ave boodrod cavalry, under tko r*k*l Om ral Qreen, aad occupied tka ereat of a bill ea tko ftarm of ?. Wllma. General A. L. 1/a ordered Oeleael lUblaooo, eom imd'ng tko Tklrd brigade of Poloa cavalry, to advaao* mi feel tbe ea*my manly. Tk* Kighty-eevaatk llileota pawled lolhatry waa accordingly aoat rerward oa r**t, , A aooa became heavily engaged with Ik* aoamy. tMsf tkam hard pressed, Colonel Mohla*oa ordered f*r fard ike flrii Laalglpa *av^ry ?o wppgft tk? gigkty u4 th* MilN b*w Nmm imril. Th* Btxih &ts**art bowltaar battery m pal W*U> pesuten an* r| ca tke mhij with IM sad shell; bet doeptt* Ik* ilw *f MMf MrM sgalaat IbM Mm rebels ' pohin mrfPy fmnrt *1 til pslela, *ad car Ml kak wee Hi grial danger of b*iag to reed General Laa, al thlaaiage of ika action, irrlrai an the grouad, and al eaoe ordered Ooteaol Loose, o?wm<I?| Flrat cavalry brigade, *p lo the rapport of Ooleael Rabin eon. Colonel Loom deplore* Ma Ilea aad moved (orward Is flaa stylo, Ika mm |ili| lata lallea with a akoai. Tbe oooieat bow raced with roamed fury, aad Ik* pluck die played aa both sides waa reaearkaMe. Oar Ira pa slowly j pM groaad deapMe Ua lie h bora reetatsaoe they aet al every Mop. and drove lb* eaemy lata lb* limber. . Tbe rebel* attmaptod a ?berg*, be! wer* rapaiaed with great gallaalry by ear Imapa. oouwwl Bcmaaoa'e UTiin-aa balljjhby. It waa aaw dteoovorod that oar smmuaMloo waa glviag eat tad that Ika seamy waa maaalng oa Ike rtgkt of oar IbM, wbtek k* aaea after attaaked with great ?Igor, oon pellteg ear ftaoe ta eiewlr retire aease kuadred jar da. Tke aet laa aaw b**sme lively, aad tbe laaa of tbe day |q 0MB - ^^ aaaay of tke** wMbeat a aket la ikelr gaaa, reeked far ward aad drere tke eaaaay lata Ik* w*oda aad off Ika | Md. Ika day waa waa, bat wttk sot ere loaa la katk afflaerg aM aaea. captain If oae, of ika Flrat Loot*laaa 1 oanlry, aad Lteataaaata Graham aad Maadar. ef tke | Oghsy aereatk lUleote taeuatod ha Ika try, together wHk severU prlvatca, war* wo*ad*d, aad six or sevee prtrataa . Cbloaal Laaaa, wttk bla Viral cavalry brigade, oloeoly followed by Oalaaal Koklnaoa, wttk kla Third aeralry brigade, paraaad ika eaemy several mllee, aa far aa car roif^i Sawmill, wkere ka feaad tbea* drawa ap oa a . weeded bill, wttk tear gaaa la peatttoa. Heavy Infaatry aad antUery Br tag o**tta**d aattt nightfall, when, I* Ik* daak of tbe ereatog. a kaavy Isabel fttroe eaarged on the ngkty-oeveata, one*lag ap ta witkie tea reel of their llae aad flMac rapidly. Th* gallaat Mghty-eeveath baM their peettlea, aad wkea the enemy were clooo upon them delivered a rekey aad charged apaa Ikelr aaaall aata, driving tkeaa back la oonraatea. Tkla ended tke (lgkttag for Ik* day. _____ SBCOND DAY'S BATTLES. Oa Ik* moralag of tke Mk, at aa early k*ar, Ika cav alry, anpp*rt*d by Ooleeel Emereoa'e brigade of lafbatry, fire** Landrum'a divtetoa of the Thirteenth oorpa, moved forward, aad aiaaaal Immediately dlaoorared maaaaa of Ik* ***aay kk**k Oolcaol Lncaa deployed kla osvslry brlgad* aa tk* left *f tbe road, aad Colon*! Emeraoa'a brigade wa* deployed ?a Ik* right. Raw lo1* battery (Q), Wtb United Statea artillery, waa pat Into poeltlea la Ik* road, *ad *fe*ad ea th* rchdB, wha wa* po*t*d la a thick pke weed*, WHO *p*n flelda In front. Tbe day wee beautiful, aad the aaa aheae warn aad bright fpoto aa aneloaded aky oa *ar liac* awed kiwad ta lha aeeeic of th* beaming aaaaaa aad the brtak rattle of aaaaketry. | righting eeotl*o*a tbroegkeat tke foraaeon, daring which tlaaetbe eaaaay kad k*aa poshed back throngk dance ptaey woeda a dlaunce of Bla mUaei From almost every bUltop tk* r*h*ia hurled their ak*t j at *nr advancing oolumna, bat do tag little barm, fa oae of tbeae many aklrmlabcc Lieutenant Colonel Webh.com macdiag the 6eresty seventh Illinois Voloateers, waa ?hot through tke bead and alaaoat laataatly killed. Lira tenant Joaae, Sixteen tk Indiana mounted Infantry, waa ala* killed, aad Captain Mark loin, Fourteenth New T*rk cavalry, slightly, sad Captala Brace*, commaadlag Sixth Missouri cavalry, severely woaaded. , aaram raoaa boads?id nan m roaiims. At midday th* aacaay waa f*aad la peettlea la strong fsraa at Rabin* Croca Ronds, end heavy akkaaiahlag' begaa, which waa kept ap aetU two o'eioek, wkea tk* ?fan that ****ny praoedw the atorm users**. A heat thla tlm* General Raaaom caate ap wtth *a*tk*r krlgad* of Landman's dtvletaa. General Baaka la tbe bmbb time had arrtvad oa th* ft*Id, aad at oae* seat e**rt*ra for Gcaeral FraakMa, wko wsa ssas* mUssto the rear, to to taa neat aad c*r*fnlly ay. He we* la kla favorite pnei oa kigk ground la a thick wood, wltk opea leJda kt tke form of a semicircle ruaalng arooad kla froot. Al half pact two o'clock all wa* qal*t,*Bd exo*ptaa o* oastoaaiakot from pleketa here aad tkare aloag the line there wea a* tadloatlna of tk* dreadful *o*n* aooa to k* enacted. TO look np at the clear Mas Ay aad dowa at tke aresa earth amlllr.g I* tk* aanttgkt eae would hav* thought it Impeeethle that before the aaa la the heaven* weat down the tarf haaeeth our feel won Id b* a*ad* slippery wtth hamaa gore aad atrewa wtth the dead and tbe dying. The day waa flaa The lafantry lay stretched en the rroand, tke troopers lounge dlasily la tbetraaddlee, and the cann niem set upon tbetr gune enjnvlag the warm eanchiae, while gronpe of oOcera gathered around their leader* and dt*eue**d the campaign, pamtng many a oaretot* Joke. ran imn m wnon?taar ua obothd. At three o'clock mseem of th* *o*my were rcpertod to b* moving towirda our right, and skirmish Ins b*eam* lively. At half-paat three o'clock the eaemy were rs*V bws aloag the whole froet, aad seemed meditating ml* chief. Anxiety new began to be fell for tbe arrival of tieoeral Frankim, aad the right of oar llae waa rela'oroed by taking troone from tbe left and centre Oae brigade of !JLadrnm*a dlvtatoa held the Ian, another the right ead centre. Rawlaa' rolled Matea battery, with the Flrat Iudmna aad the Chicago Mercantile battery, wea poaled on tbe right and oentr*. and Ntma' celebrated battery oa the lea, supported by the Twcety-thlrd Wisconsin la fan try. The cavalry brigade of Col*oel lacaa waa ordered to act upoe the right flaak, th* cavalry brigade ef Colon*! Dadlev we* ordered to act onea the left lank of ear llae, aad the cavalry brigade of Colonel Robinson lo re me In opposite the centre, la rear, oa th* road, and to guard wegoa trains. At I car o'clock, or a little before, tk* aaamv waa ra C*d to b* advancing, aad Cbionel Wllaon. ef Qaaaral ka' staff; OMoael Brlsbta,ef tieacral Laa's Staff, Ha)er Ooeraa aad other staff sSecra, wer* acat te i troth of th* report. Thee* oOlcors eeoa p ** ? mrnnrn rsstst tbrtr realm, haadreda.ealy ta give pla*a to aew bua pwatod far ward to (upply ika piaasa *f ika JgJsPfc* b^who*otaum SAS?lS?,"'y ^dkSJdSd !ffLVSJ!^nmrJSm X SgmZSZi S'tokSJsrs'toM?s 5? h^^Ts^r,: wrrt^d we *"?'* ** 'eroed to retire. 0moral franklla ku ^-T-TTT 1 -if < 5 ?s-fW5st a "f lb# rcbtli, io4 eb#tr afler ch>ir wnt ?p.mmgMjrlth the almost - r aaar " i jf aad roar of oakaoa. 101 maos*try (r*jana. aaa?urn wecaaiwo or aaa. UAmmm. the Here** sf the breve Ocearal cat aaxioumy leoea* rsr thaa wa* Faort (? inmkttmZ ?"fa)?fa that laid. Bet k? ceme aet We eagagad 1cm tkaa etgkt ibooeead aaea Ightlag e ftJo^J ever tweaty theasetd la their chosca pSitilS * f?~" " ..'?yy reported t.- k* withla twa mita* wltk bla llvkli* and reptdly com is g np The ogocra eoouura*?i their men in bald the field uatll ka *rrival, isd bravli* indeed did they atraggl* agal- st the mameB lhTTZ *ta*Uy preaaed tbem^S... Kth flaJTaldT^!?. SST borne down by number*, their shattered raaka'were pushed *v*r th* Md sad lat* tk* wood* beyead. ??* enemy bed a*w drive* back our left, aad war* wltbte Plsty yards af Nlms' bMt*ry, wkb-k wee Bring doebS ?ad canister, sweeping dowa th* rebels la pile* at evetwy dlaeberge. General La*, aw Us that Ntme'battery, if H ware ad spe*dllv rassoved! wnnld_be captured, by direction of n*neral Ptoa* or dered Cokwel Rrlsbio lo have It takea from the field The order ceme too Wile. Not borate eaougb were leri *llve toh**l Ik* pfoe* from lb* field. The caa*catora lay thick aboat Ika gna* gad deed aad woaaded rebate !? hefor* tb*m. Two of tb* g*a* wer* dragg* Llo*?ea**t Baow wa* shot dowa whll* F*ar of th* gtrne of tbt* half cry o*nld ** *?t eff and fell into the hands ot the merry. ^ taa ucaa?anaivat or bbbmt's mviaioa. eoLMr?J**011!!! tmr rl?hl engaged aad ?"oa,tra wssbe<a? preaaad kack.snd finally the right aaa/staJHiLi a* ?"*" 91 ^ M ,<*eli,e battery, twa W*wtw. ? hattary, Fifth tTettod Stales artillery, ??wneers ef tb* flliih Mleaenrl howitssr " *? "J? hattary sad etx Wtma'battery wera left oa the field. ?TtSCLCS * ?^? itrat ladle ^ w?? left oa the Ki?eL2??t~7 Rmory's division of th* "?! ?jBg*l"hed tkemsatves m ika el*eleL ,h". dtvMea ef tke Nl. etocatk armTs2??^2L!Vi.!0-i^ *f rayig the dey. ' ** W,#*' lh# ftorF *r oaa. urn loudly cheered as be rode, oap la hand, trw flw*ril lUuom, while endeavorlog to get the pu ef the fmi IiMh Man off ikt M, imin4 a ball to Ike ki*ee, u4 waa MrrM I* lb* ntr. H? ateod ky ?m geao, Mbn to Bead, uatil iboi dowa u4 knrn*from Ik* ?eld H??ilirNoiw,ia4 after a raw aoilki M i to rat am to duty. Out<>aal Wabb. early to tba day, while leading a H ak Iran libera to tba woode. was shot tbroarh tba ba*d by a rabal abarrahaaiar >ad died almaat last aptly. Colonel Robtaaee, af tba Third eanlry brigade. while dafiarttog tba train aad leading bta traapa a garnet tba enemy, waa aeverely wounded to tba tblgb. He did aat ton tba saddle aattl tbrca boa re aftar. O'tooal Brlabln, of General Laa'a stair, was Isading a Una af ralliad maa against tba a amy whoa a shsh 'na tba rabal bstterles Maw air bla b- raa'a hsad, aad lb* snlmol fall In* on h la lag baM bin I* tba avtk. F*r a time b* waa In danger af batog capturad, bat waa Inally extricated and mad* hla au>i ?a a rabal bar** which waa passing aloof rldarlaaa. Gsssrals Lao and CMarrnti dlanlayad gwst gsllantry throughout tba action, riding wb*r*r*r tb* aha* fall tbtoksst, aad by th*tr sxsmple *b**rlng tb* ssen b af berotsra Among tb* bravsst of tb* bravs waa Geoeral bhw, who rod* through tb* atoraa of i*ad a* Molly a* If at a holiday rev aw, ooooura?log tba mob to ataad up to lb* work of death. Tb* man ara rail of admiration far tk*lr | gallaat 0*a?ral, and antlous to Agbt uadsr aaa who *a ! aoWy shares with tbera tb* daag*r aa w*N aa tba gtorj. Maay toataao** of personal bravery might h* rarrifl unsurpassed by uy anything |B tha annale of hla tor J", hut tkera la not time to aaamarata tkaaa now. Oaa mr geant af artillery, however, dmarvsa sapnlal m an Use. Thla bra re fel tow weald aM losrs hi* fan, Ik?gk tb* baraaa wara abot dowa, theenamy alaaa apaa him aad the pieoe hspaiaesly lost. mil he Blood by his goo MM plaroad through tka temples by a ball, aad ba nil dsafi a?r?M tba llmbar. I llaaa eat off from bla oommsnd aad anriiwiailad by tka ?oomy: bal a way waa npeoed tar their eaaapa. Oar treopa fought w*ll. and only yielded tk* field wkea anl to ptoaaa aad ovsrpoaeted bynarabers. Tba gea?> '?J1** "ta'* ataifoAoara daaarra muck oradlt. Oaa* ral Banka' ataff waa la tba thlsksst af the fray, aad Coioaela Ctorkand WUaaa, aakra la kaad, ralliad tka mm Oaaaral Oameroa'i third division, af tka Tblrtofatk amy aorpa. Isst fifty klllad, oaa hundred and fifty waaadad aaa two kandrod mlsstng. Chloael lyvndrum'a fourth dlvlsioa af tba aaata cor pa leas twaaty-fiva kilted, asveaty-five woaadad aad aaa tkoosand mVaainr. Tka Forty sixtk ladtoaa ragimaal leat oaa kaatfrad aad thlrtff af Ma tkraa kuadrad sasn. Foar krtgafia oommaadara wet a klllad aad wounded to ta bhUla of Bab to* Oraaa Roads. Tka Nrnsteenth Kentackv repelled fir* dlattoet cbarps before tha aaamy was saahlad to break through I la llnea. A color haarar la Baaaral Cam* roa'a dtvtsiea found himself sarroanded by tka taay, who quite perempta rily ordered bla ta halt Ba did not halt, but rueked forward impetuously amid tka ahower af bulleta aad eaved his aotam Taa nuu ffiamwnn did aot rat ire till tha flra was miafwtebly bot aad tha proximity af tka aaamy a IMUa too aaar for aafety. By tna oaptara of (l*aaral Laa'a cavalry trato tba Hnuit and Ita cori aapoadaot loat aeraral blanhata aad other cam* palgnlng aoaraaieneaa. private baggaga aad papera. nnd a aacro ear rant named Winte, ripooaed to hare be?a killed. Thla la tba aaeoad aarraat of tba aame oorrea poodaat who haa baao oaptaraa or klllad by tb* rebels. I Nlma' battery, wkea tk* tlaaa waa approaching that It eon Id hold oat bat little longer, loaded each place with a case of grape aad eaatetor, apberlcal ease akell, aad a aaek *r kullato coatainlng about three hundred. Thla burled death aad deatractlna Into the ranka of the enemy, wko ware red and fell back at every dlacharge of theee fated gans Tba baMary lost twaatr aaa ofBcara aad prlratas, slyly foar baraaa aad eighteen mules. Oaptaia iY?aby, of General Daaka' staff, bad bla hand lajared by tba Jam between the trates and a hurry log cavalry maa. bobbkur tomm. The capture of Geo. La*'a haadqaartars train was attend ed with much laooavenlanee to the Geoeral and bla ataff, aa well aa to the correspondents who moved wltb blm. Maior Cowaa's mesa lost aa elegant rosewood aaeas cheat, aad other leaa valuable mass chests were la Ike wagons. Not a aolitary article of clothing wna left except what tba officera had oa. aad olaaa ablrta aad paper ooltora wara la greater demand tkaa the supply ooald fornlah. Quarter, mnater Hoge leal all hla randa and vouehera, aad officers wko kad deposited tkelr green backs la bla safe for aa aartty had tkasaHsfaeMea of aiding ta tks oontrlbutioo sf six or seven tboassad dollars to aetptag aloog Ike Illy paid rebel aoldters. All the Adjutaat Gaoaral's official papera fall lata tka kaada af the enemy, who most pns ?? pretty accurate kaowtodge respecting tha cavalry tlm Rebel seMlera who have been taken prlsooers report .bat aaa of their namber got tarotboosaad dollars ta gumbsshg, apd that tka kiaafcata aad karfi tank war* very aooaptabia. Mr. Boa will, the art let of LetHt't litas trmltd, laat, aaaoag hie private papera, aumarowa aketcbea that bad been aeeamalattog for a leng period, aad which ba prised vary klghly Ike Imuta oorrmroadoat lost a silvar bugle, recently takea from a eaptured rebel bogtar, whim ba tatsoded ta ssad ta Mr. Bennett aa a trophy. Tha Aitw eorraapoadeat, Mr. Welle, loot his goad clothes aad ether fixtas. Conosl Brlabta, eg Oe*e rat Laa'a atair, lost same Ave heart rod dollars wort* af elathing aad rooeey, together with the saab worn by the rebel General Rsrkadato, which waa oaptared at Gettys burg, aad a valuable sword, alao oaptared Bear Gettys burg. ma sain acuta) Tt Is ascertelaed that oar dead who war* left oa tha field betweea rieaaant HIU and Sabine Cross Roads were burled by tbe enemy, aad that the woaadad were con veyed to Maaafield the eight after tba battle, where tkey were carefully attaaded. roleoel Emeraoa, comotandlng a brigade of Laadram'a dlvlsioa, was woondad. IJsatsaaat Colonel Krek, Kighty ssveatk Illinois mounted tafaotry, when ths confu*lon la our retiring Usee was ths grsstost, reported to Geoeral Lee for daty with three mea, whom ke kad rallied. RafaaPalllU, color bearer of the Slxteealk Tadiaaa mooated to Ian try, was killed. I .leu tenant Stone, Commlaaary of tk* First cavalry brigade, la mlmlag aad anppoaed to be a prieooer. All the cavalry aeadqaartera train was captured or do atroyed by tbe re bole exeepl two ambelaecee, aad alt the wagoae of Cotooel Dudley's Foarth brigade tratn ex cept nae (ieorge O. Kaad rick, color bearer One Hundred aad Baveaty-tblrd New York, waa weneded under hla oalora. General Lea waa hit wltb a a peat bell, from which tie gear ammunition wagons b*Wmring to the cavalry , command ware captured. The train would all have beek'1 saved bad aot i heavily loaded wagoa broken dowa aad abstracted tbe road. Ltoatenaat Hlgfcy, of tbe Signal eorpa, act lag aid-de oamp to fieoeral Ranaom, bed hla borer ahot eader Ma. Captain Dicker, Geaaral Ranaom's Amlstaat AdJaOat General, was killed Caputs' Waasan, Inspector General af Locaa' cavalry bdgade. bad hla atirrup aad beet struck ky tbe saase ball that killed LMatoaaat Coioee! Webber, tt the Seventy . aid ta Cataael Lnaaa. waa woaattafi arm aad toksa prisoner. Chptato Paytasa, chisC WBSSr at Oessral Franklla'fi command, wad ?S vrrsfy wouaded whttorldlog by tks slds of the General. Captata A M. Chapman, Judge Adrboate aa Qsasrsl Frsaklta*B staff, had both fset shot off. Use tea sat David Lyon, of Gsosral Fraaklta's staff, wsa woaadad allgktly. Dr. Wood, of tha mxth Missouri cavalry, loat oaa tboa sand dollars la naoeey, sad Captain warn bo. Inspector Geaaral to Lacae' cavalry brigade, laat two hundred dot lara, ky the ceptere of the tratne. A squsdron of tbe Ooraiag Light oavalry, under Oapt. Da via, had a warm pealtloa oa the right, aad loat heavily tbera. Tk* m*a displayed most orsdMabl* bravery aad Oar defeet oa tbe Mh tost, lb sttrlbutable to tha ca valry dlvlatoa proceed tog too for to advance ef tbe mala oolsmn; tbs paale and lom of gone to tbe large cavalry trato, which completely blocked ike ealy road ky which the army could fail back. The I mope engaged were tk* rtmt, Third aad Fourth oavalry dlvielooa, aapported by Baasam'B detachment of the Thirteenth army eorpa. Estimated loaa, one thousand Ave hundred, killed, sad prtaeoora. THIRD DAT'8 BATTLB. Aftar I ha eloee ef the battle ef Friday, a aonaeil of war waa called ky Oeaeral Daaka, aad It was d*cld*d to wltk draw tke army ta Pleaeaat Hill, tkat place aflbrdlag a better pastttoa to give battle ta Ikt saamy, wko, It wsa sxp**t*d, woald rsaew Ik* sttasa early to tkaasaralag. It waa alee known tkM Oeaeral A. 9. Sauk's sommaad ksd reached rtsasaat Bin, aad Otaaral Daaks was aaa leaa ta salt* tb* torese sf Bmltk wttb his swa. Ths wlthdrswsl sf tb* force ssaasaad si tsa o'clock, aad before daylight the roar ef the aray waa well an the ?d. Tk* aaamy la tha alght had prmsid hla pichsa dowa sa oar fraat, hot ke failed ta dtaeavw the mora aaaat of ear troopa, tb* withdrawal belag eaadactad with tka graaisat silsaos sad expeditloa. It waa aot aatll mora tag tkat k* was asd* a wara tkat ear aray bad laft his lamed late fraal, wksa keMlewed aftar wltk kla aato fares, ssadlog tarward Ms aavalry a hat kasta la lad aar wkeroakoato. Dot tkey taltad to oome up wltk oar tar cm aatll tkey bad raachod Plaaaaat BUI. Oeaeral Comryl dlvlsioa breaght sp tka rear, sad arrived at HiMitt Hill abeat eevea atotoefc ta tk* aoraleg. BBusnwaaisua anasaika? -ngaun mix umirata Colaeel Oradtog, aefimwadlng tks Flftk brigade ef the aavalry dlvia aa, aa aeea as Oaaaral Caaory had arrived at Pisasaat Bill, waa asal *ot *a Ik* Bfcrarapcrl road lo fiad tba aaemy. He kad aet psnwdsfi ap tka raad mora tkaa a alls wkea be sset Ik* sdvaaoe of tka rebels eeatog dews. Find lag the eaemjr appraaekmg to strsag tans, Colossi flooding sktratahed wltk kla aatll Oaaaral Ktairy kad oaap'eled tke formatloa *f kl* Ita* *f batlta, wbee tb* oavalry retired la good order, tka ssamy kssplog ap a kot Ira ea tksa as tkey tall tamk, kRItag sad weaadlaf ssas forty aasa bsitagiag to tk* fisoaad New Tsrk veto raa oavalry, Elgbtssata Mow Tark mvalry, aad Third Rhada letoad wttay. Two sfltosrs were woaadad, Ohp tatoO W. Pasekar aad Ltaeteaaat Hall, tk* hi*- *' Tte fertile Aeld w?a atarge oomaoou just oa the outside ?fife* Mi ef Pleaaaat MM, ?i Ito nrtNpwi road. Km ground w?? open asd roil tog, **d ascended both from lha aMe of tbe Iowa u4 In* ifea a Ida on which tfea aatay wee expected, a bala of timber extending almuet entirely arouad tbe field General Emory'* ?ilvlatae wa? drawn up la Dm a# bet U- - "?of|| __ _ am, few rigat raailof >?? Bhreveport road General MoMUtan'e brigade formed the extreme right of the baa, aod fela right raatad aear Ifeo woede, which exteeded along tfea wfeoie feaaa of iba kill, aad through which It waa axpooiad tba onm; would ad vaaadb General 1> wight'* brigade waa farmed oa the lei t of Genersl McMillan's, en the right of the road. tfea left reeling ot> tfea resd. Cotoaal Benedict1'a brigade formed oa Uia lefi of Qaaeral Dwlgfet, tfea right real lag aa tba road a llUie la tba rear of 0aaaral Dwlght. larmlog aa acfealao to fela brigade. Two ptacee of Tayior'e iwilerr were placed la tfea rear of Dwlght'e left aa tba read, aad the reaaalalag four pleoee ware gat tato poettloa on a* eminence oa the left of tfea road and In rear of Bane dtcfa left. Hthbard'a Voriaedt battery waa la the rear ef tfea dlvtafcio. snauv a. t. eaira'e nmm im Memo*. Oeaaral 1. J. amlife'i d. vteten of tfea Sixteenth army aarpa, under commaad ef Sanaral Mower, wera manned la two Itaaa af battle, wltb artillery, In renr of Kmory a dirjata. tba right ef iba first llna raatad eo the road, aad waa aoaipoaad of two brlgadaa, tfea Wat brigade on tfea right, oommaaded by Ootefegl Lincli, the stoond brl nde.ee tba left, commanded hy Qstanal Bhaw. lha Thiri Indiana battery (Crawford'a I waa pooled in the w tlM of haute, and a? lha right ef tba Eighty-ninth Jhtflaaa. lha Ninth lagtoaa battery (Brown'a> waa la Mltloa oa lha right of the Brat brigade The Mwaouri battery eocupled ground aa lha right et lha Elghiy -alath Mm Otbar balterlea wora aa lha ftald, bat neither the peet tlaaa thay ocaapied nor the nsmwa ef their eoauaaodora vara learned. AH, however, did goad eervlce. lienors! Sbalth'a aeooad Ilea of hnttte waa Illy yarda la rear of lha Aral, aad waa compoead ef two brigadea, one aa the right of the llae, aad that aa lha left ooaamaaded by CUaaal Hill. Oeaaral Mowar comma a dad the aeooad brigade, and waa temporarily la ooauaand of lha whole tape, wbHa Oeaaral Smith oomaunded lha aarpa aa a aaparate oom Tbla disposition being made, ear army walled the ap preech of lha aaemy, bat aa the day worn away any begea to believe that aa allocs would be mode It waa now Ira o'clock, and bat two hoara of daylight ramataad la which to tight the battle, lha aklrmtaalng which had ooaUoued all day at tbla hear became lively, aad at tea m la a tea paat lire Oeaaral Eaeorr neat ward la Qaaeral Fraaklin thai the afelrmlabors ware helag driven la aad the enemy marching dawn upaa him la three Unea ef battle. > At twenty mln tea paat Ave the aoemy appeared oa the plain at the edge of the woods, aad the haltla onm meticed. ear betterlea opening apoa Mat with onae a hell aa he marched at a double ?aick acroaa the Held la lha Our left. Colonel Benedict's brigade, canto Into action flrat, aad ooon after oar right and centre were eagaged the battle now raged flerealy, the air waa fall of lead and Iron. and the roar of nosketry aad artillery lacee Bant. The carnage oa both atdoa waa Tearful. the men lighting el moat band to band, and with grant daeparatloa. Nothing could exceed the determined bravery of oar troope. bat It waa evident Emory'a dlrleloe waa fighting lha whole army. Preened at an points by overwhelming numberi, oar line tell bnck ap the hill to the Sixteenth eorpe, which waa concealed just behind the oreet. Taylor'a battery for a tine* fell tela the hands ef the enemy. ^,jg BarrH orsxs worn?m cat nan tktobt. General Smith made all preparattoaa la raoelre the ad vancing foe, aad aa the human tide oame rolling ap the hill he looked quietly en antil the enemy ware alaaoat up to the mu/tie of bis gnns, when n aheet of flame liaebed along hi* Unas, and, with the eraahof ten thousand thon. dors, musket balla mingled with grape and canlater a wept tbe plain like a bosom of destruction. Hundreds fell dead and dy in< before Ibat awful lire. 8caroeiy bad tbe soethtng lead left the guns when tbe word "charge" waa given, and aeven thou Band brave men precipitated theaaaelvea upon the shattered ranka of the enemy. Emory's division, which had only yielded to superior numbers and remained unbroken, now raabed forward and joined the sixteen lb oorpe. driving the rebeie rapidly dowti tbe hill to tbe wonda, where they broke aad fled in the greeteat ooafualoo aaJ dismay. Cnloael Benediot, while gallant!* leading his brigade la the eharge, fall dead', ptoreed by Ave balla. The battle waa fought and the victory won. Oar troops followed up the rebels until night put aa end la the par salt. In the last eharge we recafAursd Taylor's battery, which bad beaa lost la the earlier part of the act loo, aad retook two guns ef Ninas' battery, which had beoateat la the battle o! the proceeding day. The ten pound Parrot! gun whlah the rebels oaptered last fall at Carrtua Oow waa aloajoUkaa. nrehuBdredprtsoaers.au the dead aad weeadad. three battle standards aad a large namber of aatadanas, fell |qto oar Our rlctortoua army slept apoa the battle field, which wes oas of tae bloodiest of tbe war. rAiion aaca to aium norma. Early the aaxl morning oar llae ef aaarch waotakoa ap InGrnad Mr*, to oblate rant and retloao. the srmr belaur toaaasaa fcitpMBlty tae three dajre' hgaihig aad earwra ?arching It Sad aadergoae la aUampi purseitef the tmay This battle waa eae of the beat sppolaled aad dallrered of tbe war. It reflects much credit upoa the head of Iba Army of tbe Gulf, aad la equally hooorabte la all who were engaged In It. General Banks waa praasat from tbe beginning la lha cloae of tbe engagement, and rede orer the field throagh abowers of bulleta, personally directing the moreaMale of tbe troops. General Banks' stair aMy aaeUtad Mm, freely abarlng the danger with their chief, and be ha ring thmuf boot tbe actioa with UM greeteet gallantry. General Franklin aad Blair ware la Iba hot teat of the fire. Of the aoidiera who ao brarely fongbt the battle aad achieved a apleodld victory It need only heaild, that tbe men of Maine, Mlaaoarl, Maaeacbueetta, Pennaylvaala, New York, Kentucky. Ulloote and Indiana suataloed their reputation, aundlng ahoaldar to ahouider with the loyal Ijoutalana troope. aad well may their Rtalee be proud to claim tboaa aa aoas of their soil. The beroee of Vieks burg and Port Hadaoa may now add tbe name ef Pleaeant Hill to the I let of their glerioae vie lor tee. The cavalry dlvlaloo, exoeol a part of Colonel iAiaaa' brigade, waa aot In the net lea of Saturday, the mala body baviag beanssnt la ooavoy the wagon trains to Grand Ecore - No part of lha TMrlesath amy oorpe was In the battle, lo the battle of Friday the rebel General Moo loo waa killed by the unerring rtfioe of lha Niaeteeath Kaalueky. He received fear balla la hte body, Tbe rebel General Kir by ^aatth la-reported to hare oota {sanded tbe troope In the halite at Pleaaaat Hill. oca uiaaaa iriwi asa.4ak?Vsiaa. Ths entire hwaea of .Jfte oaMplfa ihua far may he gummed up ae foltowai*- /. ? Twenty plecea ofarflfeaty.jl ' - - Flfteea hundred men te CMR Fhaaam'a oorpe. Fix hundred men ia Gea, Fsaery's dlrlatea. Fire hundred men la Gaa, ftalthl Mxteaath ??T?ir hundred aaerf*tfij|ie*ef?lry'dirt*1oa. " One hundred aa^thllr(y oarah-y dirteloa aad hrjgads ? 1 waive hundred nntaber that died ga (he march acroaa Iba ova sum. ? . Oar gains thua fhr are the capture of Fort DeRaaey. Alexandria, Oraad Bear a and Natcfeltocbaa, the opaalng of Red river, the captare by the gnaboata of three thoueead balee of prlae cottea, one half of which gr>ea to the gov ernment, and the bringing cf ether ooasMereble quaatl llee of cotton to our mnrketa Bee idea tale we have asp tared, at Fort Oa Kuasy, Beadereoa'a HIU, Plea, sent Hill, ManaflaM aad else where, twe thoueand three hundred prtoooere, Including three lleutee aot celonele. atx aa^)ore aad thirty llae officers el Pleaaaat Hill, iweoty Are ptecee of artillery, eay quantity of small araaa there end et ether potato, fear hundred booh*la of aaeal, thirty barrels of beef, end a detvt oommlssartat at Pteaeaat Hiil. lien idea, under Iba admtaletretioa of Proroot Msrahal Keafie, of tbs One Headred aad Flfly-atxth New York Volunteers, Alexandria haa returned to lia eltagleace; sight hundred aitteaaChave takea the oath of fheity to the govemmool of the Oateed Bialaa. aad eight hundred bare enlisted there lata the aiBMary aarrlee of ear for *rThs material for attaoetlwe full oei >red reglaaeals baa thus'far beoe garnered la,aad the rebels hare beee do pri vod of the eerr icaatAre Ihsaadhd able hodleTnegroes, mais and female, wlBBtePfabaadoeed their happy I aad oaat their f<-*fll?ae wtfiuthe Taakeee Kerage nearly tfeaagh tewtpty the fmedlala sesda I of the army, and beef cattle aad aorsee hare Mien late the banda nf oer adsaaskfg army. a Wbae Sbrereprrt la takaa aad aaoupled, aad the rebel Mate forsreeiont ? wrlree therefrom lo eeek another temperdry resting plaaa, the chief object ef the preeeat campaign will be accompitehed. . af the Fifth sarelry hrffte^hteh^wwt lo the fWtel to "sntsrtsia" the enemy aaitetardey morning untilGeeeral Emery a line could he fianaed, waa abot at hy a rebel rifle mas who seat a h?t lata the Oateaal'e hot, perfweet log the crown and IMtlag II Areai hla heed. An orderly dismounted atd baailed the Cetaael hie bat. who waa' gaiated by thee roue tag oheara troaa the aaea of his conn nd ebo ebeerred htaeeetaeae aod gsftaatry. Cap'ain Bar** of tteNwad Now York rnleiaaa. wea ?hot tbrough lha seek Batnrday aaeratag, hot raahed mt? bis sadd'e alter hte aeaed was dressed, ead nmata ad with his c. wmaad dnrtag U>e eelire dey. the rebel* wade aevaa dtetiacl charges oe Geeeral P wig hi'a llae, wblrh held the extreme right; the (tae Hundred and Fourteenth, Oae Hundred aad fttxteenth aad una Honored aad yi ip-ihled New York Yetameers maintained their rteead maafally, and repulsed the snemv naost glort osly. The Eighty-slnth ladlaaa regimes! recaptured twe The Thirty-Afth Iowa repeUed three charges. 1 he Colonel af the TMny third Mteeearl wea woueded ?neat, cjaosLriha. The rebel fioaeral Scarry, eamaaaadiog MeCaltougte's eld Tssee brigade, waa ahghtly waaadad; Mater MuJier. Aoventeeeth TVXat rebel tefaatry, waa kilted Itaeieaaat f^neUlreBNaae ef the aaptured rebels, repona that Kirhy Pwlih eoaimaaded the rebel forere in person, aamberirg taehty theaaand the Aral day ead (waaty AfO thoe*aad the aaaend rvrvaa aoranrra. General Peaks hat lag fhltaa back to Grand Feore, thirty fire miiee from PleoMnt Hill, Afly-Are mltea from Maes Held, and smetyfive aatlaa froea Shraaapeii. will ed rases sgals as ssoa aa he la reinforced aad sdequkM aup Bm are received. The baa ef art tilery M a trivial mst as eeeriy the whole Hgbltag, ewtag lo the nature of the heavily we ded country, must be done by tafnntry w fa ? ?? "" na-?Pnrelloo dnpsnda on tbn depth /I M river. -inJ" halt lee "oat ?ooo follow. m4 glorioun Thlirlii ovsr ths trans Mississippi rebel*. appears to have movod bin whole forces XT ?SU" "*? ?"?/? A coord lor to f?Ln PfJ?n?ri, Klrby 8mitb, DIek Taylor, <i?nrral lC^ L_ *r ,r? ell la ibo fleld sgslust eomrnjiB4?r*a pJ^'f^T i,^of Sabine Omit Roads and beTJeTn PtalZ?? mm"* ? J"r ""*? Tb* tac* <* ""tor to rr? llc^ n.J.ll r!?i.l<W,"08ld '?"<*>red It pmdont toned ^L??7?J ^Tl- wher* anw ??PP"?a wlH bo mutt. uninterrupted forward Geara loom, La. . April 14,1M4. A detachment of I be tblrd cavalry brigade us dor oommiod of Linut. Ool. Kteb, of tb.i Hghtv.ssvsnth Illinois mounted infantry, made a reoonnoleoance y~ ? d*y to tbe Double bridge, twenty Biles on the road to wnrdn Pleasant Hill. Eipbt alios oat a ,mMi part v of tbe enemy, tfleen or twsaly in oambsr. were wt wh* precipitately. From lbs bridge, sc utleg parti-* wars mm out, wbo touched tbelr picket*, but no MIcatlNi of tbe enemy In fores. On* of tbese aeuutiog parties, Ie4 by Lieutenant K V. Hitch, Aaatatant Adjn lent csnsral of tns brigade, wss flrsd at by tbs rebel plckete. Lieutenant Hltob reoslved a alight wound In arm, and leaves for Hew Orleans to day. Gar troops are In excellent spirits and anxloos tar another advanse. They sen whip lbs enemy la any ?und np fight, unless a much anpsrlor fores la enoouo. ?nred, ?f whlek Utsrs la no fbsr whatever. Tbs r spulss of oar advance fnard at Ha kin* Ones Roads Is fMy discussed, as wall ** ?'etoriee wbicb aftsrwards followed. Wbsn fiaory'g divlelon oams np ike ensmy was print bard, and kle looses must bars been terrible, as thai dtvisloa, though fighting almost alsse, pnnlsbsd ths rebste se verely and forosd tnsn back with Immsoee slaughter. Onr lossss In tbs early part of tbs set Ion that day anal have bees nailed by tka en stay's loss at Its dsns, though tbs saptnra ef our artillery and tralaa was a point gninsd over ua. la tbs succeeding day'a flfbt at Pleasant FTMI tbosnomy ?unt bavs lost throe to onr one. Tbs battle laid, wblob wo eoonplsd that night, was strswn wltb tbelr deed and wonndsd, wbo also dotted tbs roads by which our vlcto rlous army p-irsnsd tbstn nntll nlgbt rendered longer pursuit impossible. ..!? , ? continued prosecution of tbe campaign there are difficulties to unoounter which General Ranks and bis II'T-.J01?,!? "T""50?8 Red river,navigable usually P*T* above Alexandria, la lower now tban ever be^real this season of tbs year, and it upon.bU that On ?nflsfv ofIk* aunboati and Mm tori aboo* Alexandria mill /. ?"""donment of military oceupa'ion tmrrac heaMe. Light draught transports cnn pass the fall* for some weeks yet, and the army oannot bs cnt off ftnm Its snppjtes. Mill tbe supplies will not oome forward so rapidly as If the waters of tbe Red river were of the or dlnarr depth at this time of tbe yenr. Phonid tbe river fall to bs navlcabls. and an advance, therefore, be ren dered Impracticable, tits eertnlnty of holding and occupy big Alexandria and Nateblt cbss remains, and so far tbe forward movement In a snroosn. Between Pleasant Hill and Manpfleld, a distance of twentr miles, there Is n deficiency of water, without wbloh an army cannst he subsisted or msrched. It in, tbersfore. quite desirable that the movement from one to the other of those points shall be rapid. R**>el oltlxeoo and rebel prisoners havn all arreed In tbe statement that tbe enemy were determined to dis pute this rosd, and that tbey expeeted to tight against us there because It wss remote from tbe rl7er, end where we ooutd not receive tbe oo operation of tbe gunboats. The Istest advices from General Steele w-re that be was wltb In either sixty miles, or one day's march, of Bhreveport. wltb fifteen thousand men. Admiral Porter, with two Monitors am! his flarshln, went uu tbe river from Grand Kcoro a week since, it Is presoaeed to operate against tbe rebel seat of government In Louisiana. THE VERY LATEST. GnAMi) Room, April lfl, 1844, attaos rron m ttmnw peath or atmiL amcnM. About twenty-live mtleo above bero, on tbe left bask ef tbe Red river, tbe rebels opened on tbe transports Clan Rail and Rob Roy, and flrsd twelve stoota into them. A ferns of n tbonsand mounted tafaotry, aakd I* bo part of tbe rebel General Green's oommacd, came down In front of the battery and poured redeye of musketry lato the ?teamere, wblob worn getting tka worst of It. when n email gunboat opportunely came op. ehelled and silenced tbe battery and compelled the rebels to fall book. A '? ??*?is earpw ? queotly nrrlved | near tbe acone of aetton, bavin* warned over from Grand | Boore, marched np tbe right bank at tbe river and again emaeed over to posh and pnalnb the enemy. Tbey cap lured two guns end seven teen wnno<?*d prlaoners, wbo asaert poaltlrely that tbe rebel General Green wan killed by n shell from the Rob Roy. Tbia la another signal rlc ' lory The rebels left on* hundred and elxty four of tbelr deed on the field, slaughtered by tbe terrtflo fire of oar guaboats and transports In tbelr precipitate retrent. Tbelr slightly wounded wore taken off. By tbe death of General Green tbe enemy bare lost one ef tbetr moot valuable offloora. K?w OBLKAaa, April 10,1844. AnajvAL or TBANsroirm. Two transports have arrived from Grand Foore with wounded offloers au4 soldiers. Dr. John 8. McGrew, Mediae! Director of General Ransom's detachment of the Thirteenth army oorpa, came down in charge of tbe wounded on one of tbe transports. Re deservee tbe greatsat commendation for tbe unremitting attention Wblcb he demanded rhould be bee towed on tbeae heroea Of Rabloe f>eee Koeda sad Ploaseet Hill. In bis eetlma tiea tbe beet that was oo board the transport waa anno too rood lor tbe bumblset soldier under ble care. ?afar Isaac lioeea, formerly Aestotant Adjutant I General of General Helntxolmaal staff, reported lo Gen. Beaks at Grnnd Keore with deepetcbeafrom New Orleans, P*n?d ~ douched duty. Be preaaeea to BrOwaaviUo, Ibaea. shortly ?1Vnasporta era flrod Inte by gnerlllen oeosnlooaUy. Glflbrd, an arm? paymaster, was bW by a stray i end wounded in tbe arm a few eights ago' | THE CASUALTIES. Brig. Gen. Random, Nineteenth army oorpa. woupflnd. Onl. Frank F.mers >n, first brigade, Fourth division, TkM OOrps, wnundrd Lieot. (Moaei KUrrry, cemmandlng First brlgnde, Third divteton, Tlili isentb oerpe, killed. Colonel Roblnnon, commanding envnlry, Third brlgnde, [ Menus inw TOM TRTRBAII CATiLltr. Captain Gilbert f. Becker. Pe. 1, neck, slightly. Lieutenant :homes HHI, Cow H, taront, ainco dead. Wm. Wilson,Co. I, thigh. Wm Harvey, Go If, hreset. | Alexander Fin lay son. Oo. K, shoulder. John tosen, Co. K, bead John Htone Co. M, arm Sergeant Cherlee F Morten, Co. M, lunge aad the alder. Michael Milse.Os F. Pergeent C. F. Morton, Co. M. 0 W. Hind man, Co. D. Robert Heck, Co F. Uenteneat HaU, killed. ronitrasyrn raw tori oayalrt. ^?ptala Jsliae P. Merktelt.'Oa. V, arm aad breaat irdMi. ' 7 r" * Fng , * A '? V'.' ? ? ??, ? j I* 6, arm. iNr* < orporai Anthony We*ley, Co. M. ? ORTEflirrW N*W Ton* (COSM!*G t-'*?T CATAttT). I^outenenCAIyaro Hammond, Cn. D, killed. tSaptala ASfloetua Baoin.Cn D, wounded. Orpornl Mtebeei Wot er.Yo. f?, wounded. Rargnwnt ubsrles ffontery.Oo if bick. ? ?ngler Nermxn L Barber, Co. II, leg. BergeintWm Hawkins, Co. K, erm, Corporal Gustnvus Wagner.Go K, killed. Francis I owsn, Co. K. arm ?nd leg. Henry Ordeo.So. K, back. Merits Lewis. Co. D, wouiided. Hermann Crattaky, missing. He-men Tligi sr. m<sslng. Fetor Cempbell, Co. K, bruised. [ Fred. A. t.e ge, Co. K, leg. f ef grant m. C Mores, to C, arm. , H. f. I* liar, Co. " knee, sliglilly. [ John ' orney, ui. Pergeent Mention""J jforee, Oo. C. OlfB MONI' ."I A * D FornrMPTM #WW TO UK, I.ient. t)oieoet H. H ?' -ree, right arm. John Hnnraneo, .V. C, faon. Solomon White. < o. C. face. I her lee Adems, Co. B. g-oln. Jseni bfl. Mmilb. Co K, thigh free tared. Lieu ten in t H. H. Mono. OUB HI NDS P AMD MIXTSnrrB Ktw TORI. Cnrporsl Nnrvs.r M Crawford, Caw K, snkl*. Setgesst Jo on H. Tin?msu. Co. A, lee. I^wieHIH.Ce I), bend. fliiee M. Arnold, t o. n chin and left arm. Onrporal Fht lr leebman, i n. K, taut. Joeeph Bretcher. ( o F, tbiah. fMHflfU! ?' Jacob Fromwlllar. C. ?i Wp' (toy*. > Kfk Irftlif, Co' I. George B. iSUey, OB. J. jeaepknolalNr.Ofc ?. Jons P. RkUMT*, OB. Corporal a Moat?omary, OB. & ONS NUN DUB A*D BWT till? *W TOM. A. O Vol N?etraixl, O *i ???? R- <?n? fWklln. ?'o. H, M>. Ai.Jrew J. VM *lUr,i O. iiBWwi Wilnub Nfettebr, Co. 0, ha?4. Jarooe I ?i r?i, Co K tblgb Ji-bu B. ?raO?<i.',thK' JOo. C. tbtfb. O H. ttoCergor, Ce d. Corporal u?r.nti> I'kuo, Co, B. vi 'iam tfiokiey.Oo. D. Tc yunl E'lwenl Will, Oo. H. OMR IUNDRBD AND ?IXTIW* BBW TOM. V<1* ValieoBWg, Oo. A, ???o. V/?iuw *?a 'ormlck.Oo. P, 0?B0ad bead. re kH^ot tbnmiR B L*w?o?, CO. A. UVpWllJHWCUtMl,^ H. UNI nONTMUD AKO ?IITf-HBW WW TOM. Major Richard 1. GuWn, breaal. Jobs Ll>yd, to. K, tblgb. Jaoot h war I wood, O.G, groin. v?lfc Lleuleoaav Jamee M. Cadmus, Oo. D| tbl?h#. Wm. K. Spaa cor Oo. P, thigh. Ebon Ito?nton,Co. fl,?boulder. G. P. Bryna*, Oo.PLarm. -h.-vur 8erge~ni GoorgeB. Prentlea.C?. A,?boulder. Lieutenant Jobo Olbeoa. t O-^ A^ibJaB. ^ flergoiat Obarlee H. Beytr, Oo_l, brw? Wald? W. Brooka. 0?. I, "beaMer. Haraoa Clarli, On. C, ban*. George W. K<l?et,Co. I- O. Tremaln, O*. O.ara. fn.T. Norton. Oo. H. Wr KSSSITAK-.'. CapwrtauTTwIillof ^Cowl; Of* Tbaro?K.yUIor,Co.f>,Nr Hoary Browa, Co. P, Ft an kilo Hoimeo.Ce. B, iWfb. 0. C. Colemao.Cfc. B. hlp and lag. aSSSSS, K???iC8gM?? wm jFTrZTR. B. arm and log. ^ \lmM ADdonctt Co. B, arm fractured. wTZut?**, Co- P.?,?1 ,"*d' Tyler Coegdcn, Co. D, a boo moo. Filiab Sprague. Co. A. Henry Phaw. Co. I. William I aagtoa.Co. H. 8erge?nt Major Richard M. OH?* Oooar Johneon, Co. 0. J. M Burrell. Franklin llolmeo.Oo. D. cbarea PoT' ua.Co. A. CapUio jamee Gibson, wounded. divHiioo. Nineteenth oorpo. kl ^d. Corporal Hoary llockaM.W. 0. **? Henry DueUman.Co. B, arm. Corporal Tbomaa Moore, t?. B,arm. Prior JarkBon. Co. A. arm. John Warnford, Co. F. blp. John Garyey, Co. 0. band. Wm. Ot i,Co. H, cbook. Ainoe Wattle, Co II, log. A. H I alraatler, < o. H, tbl?b. Corporal luliui l-ailitoo. ' o. K, iog. gffri Henry Wood, Co C. shoulder. Haiiry Waller, Co l,?'jjwn. Borgelnt Ueorge Lee,?o. > . f?o?. Cor|M>ral Samn?l Groenlnijer, Oo. A. Jacob A. *''lerQ^r? Vlic'b wounded ?ad mlfclng. L*eut X W. Oib-on', Co. 0, wouadoU aud a pr^Odf. LIMU PtKbor.Co. I.wooudod. I teut. tcudilor. killed. cap?. Frank T. J ?I'Bjoo. klllod. Pair.ck U?ore, 0> O, klliud. Henry Mlllor,Co H. Br Ion McCowan tX A. 0 rporai I*?U OoUon. ro. H. 1 laut Kluley, wouodad aad a prwoaor. lIoui. gT& vrouadod am. a prfoao,. ONI hunohrb and sixTY-nrrB TOM. Llaut. Coloaal Houvorneur ?r?* Serga at Elbert O. Hteveaa.Co. B,arm. Wm. Mum. *'*? ?- ?ec't'. I*eter Wagner, Co. B. Bide. Haury M Mackey.Co. C. back sL^aHal1 JL '? F Corporal Goorga A Lieutenant Andrew Napier,? o A, l?f. I ora.rd O'Doantll.Co B,.bouid? t-er.eant Hu?b rtrorge W. Ruin bill I, Ob. <D. 'aco. Mrieiot J. 1a Hurkii Oo. K. LleuieuMflt D. F. Ha TbowM, ON. MUNDIUin and^vbktjjhiw N.w TOM. Moot Ool. Wm. M.?:re?i, Jr.. albow. John WII??b,< o. D *,? ir^riek co ? bead. An.|r.? rBKb.IQ B. .IxnMW M? "? assyjKs B. J. I?na, Co. II. _ OM HtTNDBBD AUD !WVNTT-II8HTH HIT TOM. KdwardCoBWHj.Co. A.liand. I.ttutcDAOi WUiiam G. Trick, Co. Ie Mauienaut Mllo Meiltof, to. I. T Couroy.Co. A. romTT**?vwrrn pknhstltania. Joba Mcloilra.Ca. H, Koiieri M. RbeaU, Co. T, alioulder. (.rlltle Hainan, Co. ''?fB?0 Joha rnaa, CO. B, cbeek. . r-W.HB.C0. C,Bhoulder. Jomi b B 8barer, Oo. P.* bow. leweliynJ.a.hi'PPy.^ w kllkam Offbaua, Co. F, lag. NIMH* ItTTWT. nr?t I.lautenant W. K 8aow, woonded and a prUooer. HroiiQd i bar ?? B. 8lMkv wooirjkd. CurpoialC. F. Mvermore, gnnnar, wouhde4. SfKral F. A. Paikiw., (.aaoar, woamled. (ori?ral C. W. Graao. g' ooar, corporal W. P. Butts, gunner, ^rouBdod. a W. Knowlao, wounded. H V. Hwyw-rd. w ooded. N. W. En?gbt, wounded. Or toon LltiW, woundml. O. D i-'traat. wouaded fl S.rr?: mf.,rfigy- - O. H. Maiwall. wouadad wd a prieo^dr. Tbowmi UQt o?.oa?*. wSSStSf- - 55 ?-ad to bare baan taj?? * u MtauaoK. po^ad to ira baan capt"'*^ - Ueoienaat (bow , reader If g klm g TH1BD MABPACl COTTB CATitlTi R,bartBrtl.Oa.C,?baaid?r. Cap U la Fraacla K.0?7d.<^ Jamaa Clam|alt, 0>. f . ? hrv). Michael KloAragBB.CQ-?mB? Joba M. Doray.to I . breaai S. B. Fallaa.Oa. F, laee. i Patrick Nixoa^Co K. arm and lef. R aaalt W. liUlord^. 1^"*? ibomaa ?'-? Ob. 1?****? ^ j? Commwaary Wm. F Booker.Oo C.arm aad ?lda. Alfred W. Bailor!i. Oo- C, bead. Tbomaa J. Ht Iaa4. Oo. C, Owawar. Irooard H. U.raey,ta ' John F D'Oraay,t>\I Wm. Hateb, Ca. L. AmoyH AaaCaBwell.On. I), kji .? Heorr R JoordM.0? J ere Uugbim.Ca H. i;iram laekar,Oa joba M. MoKaa. Co^? ?. HorgB"Bt Barry Co "i billed mJiMM CoK* bearer, aama aot M?? ?.??" ?M Jaokano Towa, Ca. U, Joaepb I'oaatabie, Ce. D. Arrb-e Pl*oo, ??. ?? joba MoMarrow, r e. H. ^a^G^log.OBr. ^ ?IT? MA^cc-m un*** Jamaa Bolaa, Co. K ^ ^ rred.rlek K eU?r, arm ? ad *4#. Msoiuol !?. (?owl<tU?? ^ 0|Ai 1"^ wsr^. A* ^ S^Tt^H^^r.br.. ?aorga Mart..?*#?*" r??T N?w H AMffBrM ^ATALKT. Sergeant J?ba Folitaabee, Oo Corparal Gaarga W Onlby .Co. 0. am MbfalM* ( barlea W. Turoor,Oo. D.broatt. W. 0. ??aimOr, Co P. Ralaa Mltteadoff, Of. D. THtRTimrrw IJeat. Wm. P. Fr?aaMa, 0? loaac W. Meiioaaid Co. I'. arm aaipwtawa. Andrew B. Bacoiabe^ c#. f, talgb. Geo. M. Ball.Oo. O.haBl. Oriaada M-aeBaM. ^ lianlei M. Mlaar,Ca A, aakm. Sie baa Barbaok, 0?. ?, B???B. Capt J. !?. P. Ham. Oo- ?'P (Jgeaot G H. 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