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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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e siege of that city, and crowning our arms with glorious success. The following list of killed and wounded will show that we lost four thousand out of ten thousand taken into the field. Among these we have to mourn those gallant spirits, Colonel Robert A. Smith, Forty-fourth Georgia; Colonel Stokes and Major Skinner, First North Carolina; Colonel Gaston Meares, Third North Carolina; Colonel Warthem, Twenty-eighth Georgia; Lieutenant-Colonel Faison, Twentieth North Carolina, and Captain Thomas M. Blount, Quartermaster of the Fourth North Carolina, who fell while gallantly carrying, on horseback, the colors of the Thirtieth North Carolina regiment. list of casualties.  Killed.Wounded.Missing. Ripley's brigade,16473130 Garland's, brigade,19263712 Rodes's, brigade,1224400 Anderson's, brigade,1597040 Colquitt's, brigade,726336 Jones's, Artillery,5220 Hardaway's Battery,1250 Nelson's Battery, no report,000   Total,7143,19248 Aggregate, 3,955. This embraces the ent