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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1863., [Electronic resource], The fight near Kelley's Ford Saturday--further Particulars; (search)
ashed through them, and finally escaped capture. In his flight he leaped a parapet of considerable height, and plunging his horse into the river reached the south bank of the Rappahannock uninjured. Col. Peck, of the 9th Louisiana regiment, Lieut-Col. Hodge, of the same regiment, and Lieut. Col. Terry, of the 7th Louisiana regiment, were also taken prisoners at on time, but succeeded in making their escape. Among the prisoners are Col. Penn, of the 7th Louisiana regiment, and Capt. John Angel, commanding the 5th Louisiana regiment. It is also believed that Col. A. C. Godwin is a prisoner, as on Sunday, the day after the battle, both brigades were under the charge of Gen. Hayes. The list of killed and wounded on our side will probably not exceed three or four hundred, a very small proportion of whom being officers. Col. Sellers, of the 30th North Carolina regiment, received a mortal wound in the right breast. This officer led his regiment into the fight on foot, and is