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The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
also says that the rebels were advantageously posted in timber, having chosen their own position, forming a smaller circle than our own, and with troops formed en masse. The Federal troops fought occasionally under the murderous fire of greatly superior numbers. The bayonet and canister shot were used freely and with great effect by the Federal. Gen. Milroy had the centre, Gen. Schenck the right, and Gen. Stahl, with all his brigade except the Garibaldi Guards, the front. Gens. Blencker, Bohlen, and Col. Sternwiasher's brigades, composed a reserve of at least 20,000 to 35,000 men. Accounts published in the Herald state that Col. Mitchell, of the 8th New York, was severely wounded, and his regiment badly cut up, losing 300 men. The Garibaldi Guards lost 200, and the 35th Ohio 60. The total loss is estimated at six or eight hundred killed, wounded, and missing. Col. Van Gilsa, of the De Kalb regiment; Capt. Paul, of the 8th New York; Capt. Milner, of the 29th New York; Cap