The 4th Vermont Regiment.
We have late news from our Vermont troops which we present to our readers. The fight on Thursday, June 23d, was very disastrous to our Vermont men. The brigade lost 508 men.--- Major Flemming's battalion of the 11th regiment were nearly all taken prisoners.
Of the 4th regiment there remain the colors, Capt. Addison Brown, Jr., commanding, Lieut. Aiken, Lieut. Russell, Lieut. Morton, and 67 men only for duty. The following are the casualties in the 4th on that day, June 23. The list was prepared on haste, and in the absence of records and officers, it was impossible in some cases to give the name in full.
Causalties in the 4th Vermont Regiment June 23d, 1864:
Capt. William C. Tracy, Co. G,
Private George Cushman, G.
Oscar Pain, K.
Lt. Chas. G. Fisher, flesh wound in shoulder.
Sergt. F. W. Bliss, wrist, G.
Corporal W. Young, leg and foot, K.
Private Isaac Morey, left side severely, C.
Xenophea Lockwood, groin, severe.
George Fulton, arm, severely.
J. W. Lease, left wrist, amputated, D.
John Mattoon, arm, E.
Carl Morrow, leg,severe, G.
William J. Sly, flesh wound in the neck, H.
Missing and supposed to be Prisoners.
Major John E. Pratt
Capt. C. W. Boutia
Capt. H. C. Chapin
Lt. Joseph Needham
Lt. James Gallagher
Lt. W. W. Pierce
Lt. R. W. Tole
C. W. Carr, said to be wounded in arm slight
Lt. George Spaulding, said to be slightly wounded
Lt. P. W. Fisher, missing and said to be killed
N. D. Cole,
H. G. Camp,
Privates: J. Hatch,
Privates: Chas. Adams
J. G. McCloud
N. S. Pike
C. F. Smith
W. A. Tompson
A. Brown, Jr.,
Capt. Comdg. Reg't.
Source: The Vermont Phoenix, Brattleboro, VT, 1 Jul 1864