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se batteries by order of Gen. Trimble. He has the force well systematized, and by carefully selecting the best gunners from the different regiments, has formed an efficient corps. Up to this date, since the 15th, no steamer has passed uninjured. Of course we do not care to waste powder upon the numberless schooners, flats, and oyster boats that go from the city. It will be time enough to attend to them when the marine corps is organized. The light batteries on the show do very good service and throw shot with great precision. In this affair two were engaged--one under Capt. R. Snowden Andrew, and the other under Capt. B. Lindsay Walker. The General speaks of both these gentlemen in terms of great p I do not hear of anything new in Centreville or its vicinity. Opinion seems to be nearly equally divided upon the question whether or not the Federals will come out. I believe the majority think McClellan will be forced to fight, but possibly not on Bull Run. Bomentan.
C. S. District Court. --The following matters occupied the attention of this court yesterday: Chatard, R. Snowden Andrew, R Lindsay Walker, &c., vs. the schooner Virginia Washington, and the same vs. the ship Fairfax; ordered that the cause be continued to Dec. 22d, and the usual notice be given by publication. An order was entered for the sequestration and sale of property in the hands of Francis L. Smith, Receiver, belonging to Isaac Brooks and Moses Cummings, alien enemies. The trial of John R. Hughes, for passing counterfeit Treasury notes, is to take place to-day.
The Daily Dispatch: May 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the Stonewall brigade. (search)
arrell Jacob Smoke, co ; Jacob Ritterman co F; David Sinter, Jno Jno ships, Wesley Cuffman co G; B F Millen, (since died) Wm Somers, Benj F Early Cubbage, Willis Cubbage, J R Cubbage, Jas Comer, Geo H Ronith, Jas F Miller, Franklin Rothjeb, Emanuel Rothjeb, Nickola, Jno W McGey co H; Jno A J Louer, Jno Weller, Jacob Hudlow co I; Abraham Sibert, Noah Song, Edward Siox, Solomon A Hardwick, Richard co K. D H Walton Adj't 3td Va Inf. List of killed and wounded in Lieut.-Colonel R. Snowden Andrew's Battalion of Artillery, in the second battle of Fredericksburg, May 2d, 3d, 4th, and 5th, 1863: Captain Domestic Company 1st Maryland battery--Killed: Privates Wm Robey, B Pollits Dr P B Davall, Wounded: John Gale, leg, severely; Serg't A Young severely; privates R Sidnam, head, severely; A Teison arm and shoulder, severely; C McNeal, leg, slightly, John Schalf, leg, slightly. Carpenter's Battery Capt Carpenter.--Killed: Privates J Grim. Wounded: Capt J G Carpent