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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Privates J Baker and N Eager. Wounded: Capt M S Goodwyn, Lieut de Lisle; privates G R Cushing, T Donaho, P E Gunther, C Henry, C Mengis, R McHenry, D McCarthy J Norris, J H Robertson, M G Wade and H Zorn. D. P. Gibson, Asst. Surg. Jackson Mississippian will please copy. List of killed and wounded in Capt. M'Neely's Company, K, 4th N. C. State troops. Killed: Corp'l Robt G Kyle, James Bowers, privates A A Lowrance, D C Johnson, F M Mills, L M Rendieman, Samuel. Strayhorn, Jno Carter. Wounded: Capt McNeely, ruptured; Lieuts W C Coughenour, slightly; M Hofflin, slightly in face; H C Long, slightly in the leg; Corp'l Richard Williams, band; Privates S A Brown, foot and shoulder; J T Crowell, shoulder, badly; W W Cummings, --; N N Church, slightly in finger; J C Deaton, back; N A Eller, shoulder; A Frienhain, in head; P A Hellip; C L Miller, arm; D Moyer, thigh broken; J W Neely, face, mortally; E Patterson, side; J W Roberts, back; G D Scruggs, wrist; H C Seavers, thigh
however, really did suffer severely, having nearly every horse shot away; but the brave cannoneers drew their guns by hand up to the muzzles of the foe, yet did not exclaim "cut all to pieces," but betook themselves to haul their mud locked guns from the mire, although unable to borrow a single horse from any one for the purpose. Several of their men lay wounded on the ground, but their noble bearing well nigh drew tears from those who knew the severe ordeal through which they had passed. Carter's battery also deported themselves nobly in the action. Among other regiments which greatly distinguished themselves, (viz: the 4th N. C., 1st Virginia, 11th Va., 13th Ala., Paul's (La.) Battalion, &c., each and all being claimants for capturing the batteries at Barker's farm,) it is universally conceded that Jenkins's 5th S. C. (1st Sharpshooters) and the 4th displayed uncommon gallantry, being magnificently officered and handled throughout the whole action, and displaying less excitem
$50 reward. --Ranaway on the night of Sunday last, the 25th inst., five Negroes, engaged in cutting wood in Chesterfield county for the Virginia Iron Manufacturing Company. Carter, is about thirty-five years of age, about five feet seven inches high, and of a gingerbread color. Archer, is about thirty years of age, about six feet high, very black, thick lips, and has a very feminine voice. Jacob, is about twenty-eight years of age, five feet six inches high, yellow, and quite stout. William, is twenty-five years of age, nearly six feet high, black, speaks in a low tone. Walker, is forty-five years old, six feet high, of a gingerbread color, inclined to stoop while walking. A reward of ten dollars apiece will be paid for each one of the above, if delivered either to Mr. J. D. Gardner, at Friend's farm, in Chesterfield county, or to Mr. P. O'Neil, at the Westham Iron Works, Lock No. 3, J. R. & K. Canal. Thos. H. Wynne, my 28--1w Pres't and Agent