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The Daily Dispatch: August 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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alsh, lieutenant, 52 men. 1st Mississippi light artillery, Wm T Withers, colonel. Ward's. Mississippi light artillery, M S Ward, major, 185 men. Signal Corps, Max Danilson, captain. 1st Tennessee cavalry, R S Vandyke, captain, 59 men. City Guards, E B Martin, captain, 59 men. Cavalry Battery Guards, Ward's Texas Legion, J W Still, captain, 25 men. Smith's Partisan Rangers, J S Smith, captain, 40 men. Cherokee Artillery, M Van Der Corpunt, captain, 92 men. Botoute artillery, Alex Christ, captain 181 men. Signal Corps, C A King, captain, 22 men. Waddell's battery, J F Waddell, captain, 128 men. Hudson's battery, J L Hoos, captain, 59 men. Nant's light artillery, J Q Wall, captain, 29 men. Third Maryland battery, 1 B Rowan, captain, 77 men. The number of small arms or muskets that were taken will amount to 50,000 at least and may go as high as 60,000; 109 field pieces and 33 siege guns, mostly columbiads, were found on the river works, and in those at the rear.