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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 130 10 Browse Search
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Barbour, Adjutant-General's Department; Lieutenants G. Campbell Brown, and T. T. Turner, aids; and Captain Hugble, and were rendered with zeal and ability. Lieutenant Brown was painfully wounded by a fragment of shell t rallying the broken troops. Lieutenent G. Campbell Brown was absent, owing to the wound received the day prevunteers, Commanding Fourth Brigade. Official: G. Campbell Brown, A. A. G., Third Division. Report of Genees performed on this occasion and previously, by Captain Brown, of company A, Sixteenth Mississippi, who, with ant, R. Taylor, Brigadier-General. Official: G. Campbell Brown, A. A. General. Reports of Colonel W. C. , W. C. Scott, Commanding Brigade. Official: G. Campbell Brown, A. A. G., Third Division. Report of Colo Tracy, Colonel and A. A. General. Official: G. Campbell Brown, A. A. General Third Division. Casualtie    1034 68501 617Total loss action of June 9th. Official: G. Campbell Brown, A. A. General Third Divi
by General Lee's directions, sent back Captain G. C. Brown, A. A. G., to bring up the divisions ofsion, succeeded, with the assistance of Captain G. C. Brown, A. A. G., just returned from carrying orenoon to send two twelve-pound howitzers, of Brown's battery, with a regiment of Anderson's brigatify General Toombs of this fact, and to order Brown's and Moody's batteries to open upon the enemyrigade, Third division, August 2, 1862. Captain G. C. Brown, Assistant Adjutant-General, Third Diviive hundred yards in front. No sooner had Captain Brown opened than the enemy replied from several-ranged guns. The two six-pounder guns of Captain Brown's battery, and the six-gun battery of Captgave me nine guns (one of the howitzers of Captain Brown having been disabled by the wedging of a snant-Colonel Lee. On the twenty-eighth, Captain Brown was ordered to take the same position occuhen the batteries were ordered to retire. Captain Brown was again unfortunate in the loss of his g[17 more...]
General Early having retired his troops under the protection of the hill, Captain Brown, with one piece, and Captain Dement, with three pieces of artillery, planteoved upon Early's right, which rested near a clump of cedars, where the guns of Brown and Dement were posted. The infantry fight soon extended to the left and cenleft, Trimble's and Forno's brigades on the right, Dement's Maryland artillery, Brown's Chesapeake artillery, D'Aquin's Louisiana artillery, were posted in the valler-General. My staff present were, Lieutenant-Colonel J. M. Jones and Captain G. Campbell Brown, Adjutant-General department, Lieutenant T. T. Turner, Aid-de-camp, a of Eighth brigade. headquarters Hays's brigade, August 18, 1862. Capt. G. Campbell Brown, A. A. G. Third Div.: sir: I have the honor to report the part takearly. headquarters Fourth brigade, Third division, August 14, 1862. Captain G. C. Brown, Assistant Adjutant-General, Third Division: Captain: I have the hono
l the 29th August, is absent, wounded, and Captain Brown, of the twelfth Georgia regiment, who succ few moments, and I sent two Parrott guns from Brown's battery to the assistance of Robertson's pie About the time Hays's brigade fell back, Captain Brown, of the Twelfth Georgia, commanding Trimblont of the woods, and the batteries, including Brown's and Dement's, opened fire, which was kept upn batteries and sections of batteries from Colonel Brown's artillery regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Cake occurred also respecting the force for Colonel Brown. This led to additional delay, and I becay his uniform bravery and good conduct. Lieutenants Brown and Robinson, also of the same regiment,., whilst the light division was crossing, Captain Brown's small detachment was attacked by cavalryts highly his Lieutenants Owen, Galbraith, and Brown, who were in the hottest of the action, and prn guns, from the batteries of Captains Dement, Brown, Garber, and Latimer, were moved up the Shenan[18 more...]