A Supplement to the London Gazette of the 1st instant
-was published in the afternoon of last Saturday. It contained a despatch from Lord Raglan, dated November 11, naming 11. vast number of the officers who distinguished themselves in the battle of Inkerman. To the general public, the most striking though painful statement in the despatch* that "those who commanded the regiments of which the Seriond Division is composed were without exception either killed or wounded, and in many instances those who succeeded were wounded." It is distinctive also of this despatch, that it mentions Assistant-Surgeon Wilson, of the Seventh Hussars, brought under Lord Raglan's notice by the Duke of Cambridge, and commended for the spirited way in which he, "at a ceiReal moment, rallied a few men and enabled them to hold the pound until reinforced."