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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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lties in 38th Virginia. Killed--20; seriously wounded, 80; slightly wounded, 88; missing, 14, of whom 4 are said to have been killed. The regiment deeply regrets the loss of Lts. S. S. Swanson, Wm. Norman, and Charles Scott; and Capts. E. W. Carrington and S. S. Lucke. The loss of Capt Carrington is peculiarly affecting. He came to join us as a volunteer officer, and bravely and freely gave his life as an offering for his country. Col. Edmonds was slightly wounded; his horse wasCapt Carrington is peculiarly affecting. He came to join us as a volunteer officer, and bravely and freely gave his life as an offering for his country. Col. Edmonds was slightly wounded; his horse was shot. Lieut.-Colonel Whittle's horse was shot in three places. Maj Cabell's horse was killed just in front of a battery. The 88th has the colors of the 109th Pennsylvania regiment. Casualties in Lynchburg Artillery. Wounded: 1st Lieut James W Dickerson, in right leg; Corp'l George E Kendall, in side; badly; Acting Corporal James B Phelps; Acting Corp'l C N Wyatt, in leg; Private A D McCreary, both hands shot off and face badly hurt; Leon Fields, leg broken; Neal Shannon, in leg; Be