1 in the neck, 1 in the shoulder, 1 th[r]ough the hip, 1 though both thighs, 1 in the arm. all by muskut shot. One had his arm broke by a sword. Bro was shot in the head and left dead on the grund, so burnd <defac[e]d> the brethen did not know him. reported that he lost 1 man in the Battle— The <3> prisonees [prisoners] were releas[e]d, & returd with the brethn to . was carried some of the way in a litter, but it caused so much distress he beggd to be left, & was carried into s 3 miles from the where he died that night. and was burid at on Saturdy. died soon after.— and ’s body was also bro[u]ght from when it was discove[re]d who he was.— I went with Bro & to <&> meet <met> the brethrn on their retu[r]n to Log Cre near Log Creek. & administed to , where I saw in a most distressd condition. His wound was incurable. Bro was a very worthy <man>, beloved by all good men who knew him. He was one of the , and died as he lived, a man of God. & strong in the faith of a glori[o]us Resurrection, in a world where mobs will have no more power or place. <one of his last expessions to his wife was “Whatever you do else O! do not deny the faith.”> How differ[e]nt his fate fom that of the Apostate, . who this day vented all the lying sp[l]een and malice of his heart towards the work of God in a letter to & Sister Abbot [Ann Marsh Abbott]. To which was <annexed on> added on <by> . The follo[w]ing Letter will show the state of <public> feeling <in the country> some distance from us. “Lexington # (Doc 61, 62) Ryland.” Nobody <The brethrn> had <not> thought of going <26> to , it was a lie out of whole cloth.