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The Daily Dispatch: October 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], A plan Disconnected. (search)
From Pensacola. Mobile, Oct. 12. --The Pensacola correspondent of the Advertiser and Register of this city says Dr. Green gives the following official report of the wounded at the Ladies' hospital in Pensacola: B. L. Iverson, Mississippi regiment; J. B. Day, 9th Miss.; J. H. Barksdale, 10th Miss.; T. A. Stillman, 8th Miss; R. Kinsade, 10th Miss.; Wm. Durham, P. O'Neil, A. R. Sharit, Michael Mortimer, 1st Fla.; M. Dufly, 1st La.; Walter Lugle, 5th Ala.; L. C. Weden, W. L. Thaney, T. Allen, W. H. B. Jasom, 5th Ga.; Chas. Gilchell, L. C. Hollingsworth, W. A. Elder, Ga. Battalion. Robert Anthony, Isaac Lanblern, W. W. Oderane, and J. H. Biddon have died since they were placed in the hospital. The following wounded Federals are also in the hospital: Joseph Hollington, 1st N. Y. Artillery. J. Bosall, 3d U. S. Artillery.