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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
azier, Corporals A. J. Davis and B. Bradford, privates John Bushong, W. E. Davis, J. G. Cannon, J. Faulk, Ben. Garst, J. Isham, J. S. Scales, J. A. Turner, M. P. Talton, W. Pirkle and A. P. Wade. The spokes of the second gun were so shattered by the minnie balls, that false spokes had to be put in before the piece could be removed. The following paper shows how difficult and dangerous a post was held by the Third Maryland in the battle of Resaca: Field hospital, near Resaca, Ga., May 14, 1864. Captain M. Van Den Corput: Captain,—I regret exceedingly that an unfortunate wound prevents me from being with the battalion. I am proud of the command and doubt not they will acquit themselves well. You will take charge and 1 will thank you to express to the officers and men my regrets at not being able to see them through a fight, which I am assured will result in a glorious victory. Rowan has an unfortunate position, in which I was required to place him, and I will thank you
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sketch of Third battery of Maryland Artillery. (search)
azier, Corporals A. J. Davis and B. Bradford, privates John Bushong, W. E. Davis, J. G. Cannon, J. Faulk, Ben. Garst, J. Isham, J. S. Scales, J. A. Turner, M. P. Talton, W. Pirkle and A. P. Wade. The spokes of the second gun were so shattered by the minnie balls, that false spokes had to be put in before the piece could be removed. The following paper shows how difficult and dangerous a post was held by the Third Maryland in the battle of Resaca: Field hospital, near Resaca, Ga., May 14, 1864. Captain M. Van Den Corput: Captain,—I regret exceedingly that an unfortunate wound prevents me from being with the battalion. I am proud of the command and doubt not they will acquit themselves well. You will take charge and 1 will thank you to express to the officers and men my regrets at not being able to see them through a fight, which I am assured will result in a glorious victory. Rowan has an unfortunate position, in which I was required to place him, and I will thank you