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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 81 1 Browse Search
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pounds; bacon and salt meat, 3000 pounds; salt, 500 pounds; sugar, 1000 pounds; flour, 1000 pounds; corn meal, 1000 pounds. Forage for public and private horses and mules: corn, 11,340 pounds; fodder, 13,860 pounds. There have been, as above stated, forty-seven head of cattle captured by the regiment, and turned over to the brigade commissary, the net weight of which would be about fourteen thousand pounds. Casualties from September second to December twenty-second inclusive: Privates, Thomas Benham, Co. A, taken prisoner October thirteenth; William Adlum, Co. B, taken prisoner October thirteenth; William Hoerhold, Co. B, committed suicide October twentieth ; Thomas Duffy, Co. C, taken prisoner October twenty-third; sergeant Edward Tuttle, Co. A, accidentally shot in hand November ninth; privates, Gilbert Shaw, Co. B, taken prisoner November eighteenth; John H. Stroker, Co. B, taken prisoner November eighteenth; George Snyder, Co. B, taken prisoner November eighteenth; Frederic
perations in South-Carolina. Defence of General Benham. see the reduction of Fort Pulaski, Volg its execution, although at first he told General Benham to get ready for it. But when General Bend, on the evening of the sixteenth, to let General Benham make preparations for carrying out his plaening a letter came from General Wright to General Benham, which stated that in consequence of the ap to bear upon the rebel battery, although General Benham had directed his engineer officer, Lieutento provide a secure intrenched encampment, General Benham decided that it was necessary to seize thieenth. On the evening of the fifteenth, General Benham called the principal officers together, Ges proven by a letter of Captain Drayton to General Benham, where he states that if they were opposed handed to Generals Wright and Stevens, by General Benham's orders, expressly to disable the cannon on this, the first retiring was ordered by General Benham to avoid our own shells, when afterward, h[30 more...]