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The Daily Dispatch: October 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], Losses of the Louisiana Guard Artillery, Capt. E. D' Aquin. (search)
Losses of the Louisiana Guard Artillery, Capt. E. D' Aquin. --August 22d, action at Weiford's Ford, Hazel River — Killed; Sergent T. J. White, Private Eugene Fowler; wounded; Private M. Baldwin. August 30th, battle of Manassas--Wounded; Lieut. Charles Thompson, Corp'l H. O. Seixas, Privates Wesley Broune, W. C. Ahern, and Chas. Burns. September 17th, battle of Sharpsburg--Wounded; Serg't C. W. Baker, Privates Bridge, Ott, Scott, Roderous, and McCall. Action on the banks of the Potomas, September 20th--Killed; Private Edward Hoey mortally wounded: Serg't Win. H. Mercer and Private Dan'l S.
and acquitted. Nicholas Noland, Robt McCoy, and Hugh McCullen, three soldiers, arrested for drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the house of Thos. Smith, were sent to the Provost Marshal. John Carr, slave of Joseph Hall, for getting drunk and going to sleep in an alley, was ordered a licking. Frank Rosecrans, arrested for assaulting and beating James Kennan, was sent to the military authorities under guard. John Ford, John Smith, Wm., Schurlinder, Wm. D. Miller, and Chas. Burns, arrested at the Mount Vernon Hotel, near the Petersburg depot, as persons of evil name, without visible means of support, were committed until Tuesday. Reuben, slave of Jas. H. S., Taylor, employed in the billiard saloon of the Ballard House, was brought up, charged with stealing $115 in Confederate Treasury notes from Lieut. S. D. Puller, a boarder at the house. The witness testified that he missed his money after seeing prisoner in his room in close proximity to his pantaloons, a