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The Daily Dispatch: April 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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, do; W P Vandervoort, 13th Tenn., do; Jacob Baugh, 56th Tenn, do; J Threat, do; S H Palmer, do; E R Hels, 154th Tenn, do; Corp'l P B Bobtin, 4th La, do; Octave Duplee, do; J A Wharton, 13th Tenn, do; O ondue, 4th La, do; T J Quintard, 154th Tenn, co; Geo Bosh, 12th Tenn, do; Canderson, 3d Miss bat, do; Murrel, 5th Tenn, killed; L, 27th Tenn, wounded; W H Tones, do; Brown, 13th Tenn. do; Adjutant of 13th Tenn, do; Capt Wilkins, do; Harvey Walker, do; Jno Savege and ap, of Shelby county, do; Lt Bell, do; Capt W K Crawford, I T Ark, do; Co Bate, do; Maj Doak, killed; J J Maggine, 8th Ark, wounded; R C Tyler, do; Maj & Lowry, 6th Miss, wounded; Lieutenant Col Stewart, do; Miks Doffee, 8th Ark, wounded; McMinn, 16th la, do; Capt. Pitmen, 13th Tenn, do; A D Radkin, 44th do, do; Lt Deabbot, 154th, do; Perriman, 9th Ark, snot in the head; S M Armstrong, 13th Tenn, wounded, Capt Tve, Bates's reg't,) do; W D Franks, 9th Ark, do; J A Brown, 5th Tenn, do; Major Henry, do; Capt Sutherland, killed
re I am, and how. I am now a prisoner of war in the Baltimore jail. I was taken near Winchester, on the battle field. March directly after the battle. I had nothing to defend myself with. I shot every cartridge I had at them. On the retreat I think I killed one cavalryman, and then they came like blackbirds towards me, and shot at me. Then I broke my gun on the fence and surrendered, as I could do no more damage. Our company fought well; a good many were shot they ought well, and, thank God, none of them ran. I am the only one of our mass here. Do you know whether any of them were killed? Write soon. Tell the boys to write to me. Direct to Mr. B., in Winchester; he will sent your letters to me. I sleep with Mr. Bell and Mr. Wood. We are very comfortable here, and the people of this city are very kind. Mr. W. and Mr. W. both came to see me; they will send me everything I want. Do not be uneasy about me. Give my love to everybody. Good bye. Your truly, G. R. Burwell.