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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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Carlton, Co. F, Forty-second Regiment, very dangerously, leg amputated. Jacob Griffith, Co. H, Forty-second Regiment, slightly in the elbow. Henry Forney, Co. C, Forty-second Regiment, very slightly. Frank Miller, Co. A, Fortieth Regiment, in the foot, slightly. Second Lieut. Thos. Lilley, Co. A, Fortieth Regiment, severely in the arm. James W. Rose, Co. B, Fourteenth Kentucky Regiment, in thigh, badly. W. Chapman, Co. E, Twenty-second Kentucky, slightly in the neck. Alexander Bell, Twenty-second Kentucky, severely in arm. The enemy is in full retreat toward Abington, Va. Our men are too much exhausted to follow. The Big Sandy Valley is effectually cleared of rebels. Colonel Garfield's address. The following address to the citizens of the Sandy Valley, was issued by Col. Garfield, after he had driven off Humphrey Marshall: headquarters Eighteenth brigade, Paintsville, Ky., Jan. 16, 1862. Citizens of the Sandy Valley: I have come among you to res