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The Daily Dispatch: November 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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es James Early, shoulder; Neal Cannon, side; Richard Scanlon, shoulder; Glancy M. Wheeler, leg. Ninth New-Jersey Volunteers. Co. H, Serg. Augustus Armstrong, head. Co. A, Private John J. Eckle, three fingers off. Co. B, Privates Wm. W. Lebrane, finger off; Ferdinand Disbro, compound fracture. Co. C, Privates Joseph Heritage, leg, severe; J. Hickman, hand. Co. D, Privates Wm. Phillips, scalp, slight; Geo. Worth, chest, severe; David A. Johnson, neck, slight. Co. F, Private Samuel Blake, side, severe. Co. G, Privates B. Ruddinger, head; Victor Williamson, lower jaw. Co. H, Private Edward Clayton, mouth, slight. Co. K, Private Jonathan Burl, leg amputated, dangerous; Private Geo. P. Dobbs, head. Co. H, Private Wm. Aumick. This report is as perfect as can be under the circumstances, being compiled from the chief medical director's report of the wounded, and the regimental reports of the killed. The names of some of the wounded on the fleet are subjoined
belonging to Jos. F. Redford, was examined and sent on to a called Court, to be held on the 1st of December. Jacob Henderson, charged with drunkenness and trespassing on J. B. Signiago, was committed to prison in default of security for his good behavior, and an order was entered setting him to work as a member of the chain gang. Frank Crofield, arrested as a suspicious character, and one without visible means of support, was committed to jail until the 4th day of December. Samuel Blake, arrested for stealing a valuable bundle of goods from William W. Blackford, a passenger on the Richmond and Danville Railroad, was examined and committed for trial on the charge of felony and grand larceny. In this case the Hus gs Court was summoned to meet on the 1st day of December. L. Held was fined $20 for huckstering in the 2d Market. George Annaker was committed till Thursday, on the charge of stealing a horse worth $300, from George Walker, of Hawley's cavalry company.