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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of Deaths at Seabrook's Hispital to June 20th, 1862. (search)
Va; R W Allen, 41st Va. June 6.-- G B Battle, Co. F, 4th N C; T R Prince, Co. B, 2d Miss; John Ryan, 2d Miss; R Barrow, Co. D, 22d N C; R E Estes, Co. F, 7th Va; S J Gary, Co. H. 18th S C; Wm Hay, Co. A. 38th Va; B T Beckham, Co. E, 12th Miss. June 7.-- J L Carey, Co. G, 12th Miss; T L Mays, Co. F, 5th Ala. June 8.--Geo B Stone, Co. D, 6th Ala; Wm M Cannon, Co. B. 12th Miss; A Martin, Co. D, 6th N C; T B Baker, Co. F, 6th Ala; five unknown. June 9. G B Gents, Co. B. 4th N C. June 10.-- Geo H Creamer, Co. A, 6th Ala; W Stalnaker, Go. K, 12th Ala; A O Treadwell, Co. I, 6th Ala; Jno Meredith, Co. C, 5th Texas; Wm Tilman. Co. K, 19th Va. June 11.--G B Betty, Co H, 5th Ala; Gabriel Benlet, 1st La Bat; Joel Harding, Co D, 6th Ga; J W Pitts, Co A, 5th Ala. June 12.--Wm Mallison, Co E, 4th N C; Wm Williams, Co I, 12th Ala. June 13.-- Jos L Boyd, Co B, 2d Miss; J T Burns, Co D, 13th Ala; W H Stowe, Co H, 23d N C. June 17.--John T Mundy, Co A, 12th Ala; John A Gaston
lellan's army. if you find it too late for that strike the most important body of the enemy you can reach. You compel me to publish orders announcing your success so often that you must expect repetition of expressions, Yours, very truly, J. E. Johnston, P. S.--It is reported this evening that McDowell is moving this way from Fredericksburg. It is probable. J. E. Johnston. The Lincolnite in Missouri murder a Secessionist. The following is from the Hannibal (Mo.) Herold. of June 10th: Information was brought into camp at Palmyra on Saturday last that Colonel John Owen, a notorious rebel, who has made himself conspicuous in burning bridges, care, and depots, and firing into passenger trains last summer and fall, was secreted at or near his farm in Monroe. A detachment from Company A. Eleventh regiment Missouri State Militia, (Colonel Lipscomb's.) under command of Lieutenant Donahue, was immediately sent out from Palmyra to hunt the outlaw. On approaching the farm
Ran away. --From the American Hotel, on Monday, the 10th of June, a mulatto boy, named William, of middle size, about sixteen years old. He may be at some of the adjacent camps or within the Federal lines, having left the hotel with another boy of the same name, from Hanover county. The boy was brought up in Petersburg, and has been hired at the American for two years. A suitable reward will be given for the apprehension and delivery of the said boy at the American Hotel, by the owner. je 18--3t*