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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore), The Blacksmiths and the Merrimac. (search)
acy: Blacksmiths and Strikers. Jas. A. Farmer, M. S.,David Wilkins, Chas. Snead, 1st Foreman,Jas. Wilbern, Wm. T. Butt, 2d Foreman,Wm. Reynolds, Pat. Parks,Walter Wilkins, Jno. West,Thos. Kerby, Jno. Cain,Samuel Davenport, Jas. Watfield,Jas. Larkin, H. Tatem,Lewis Ewer, Wilson Guy,Jno. Davis, Miles Foreman,Jas. Watson, Sen., Hugh Minter,James Flemming, Jno. Green,Samuel Hodges, Thos. Bloxom,Alex. Davis, Jas. Mitchell,Thomas Guy, Joseph Rickets,Smith Guy, Thos. Franklin,Michael Conner, Jas. Patterson,Wm. Perry, Wm. Gray,Patrick Shanasy, Jno. Moody,Lawson Etheredge, Hillory Hopkins,Joshua Daily, E. Woodward,Jas Morand, H. Reynolds,Miles Foreman, Southey Rew,Jos. West, Julius Morien,Thos. Powell, Jos. Askew,Wm. Shephard, Anthony Butt,Jno. Curram, Thos. Bourke,Opie Jordan, Wm. Hosier,Wiley Howard. Finishers. Jno. B. Rooke,Charles Sturdivant, Elias Bridges,Jesse Kay, Anderson Gwinn,William Shipp, John Stoakes,William Pebworth, E. H. Brown,Lawrence Herber
m to be New Yorkers, and had been pressed into the Tenth Virginia cavalry. They were armed with the cavalry carbine, but had no other arms. One of the horses rode by them was branded with "U. S.," and had a United States Government blanket under his saddle. Both the men were fine looking fellows, although not dressed very fine or soldiery. They were taken to Gen. Averill, as it was a portion of his command they gave themselves up to. The two rebel deserters are named Frank Osgood and Michael Conner, and were taken from Richmond and forced to serve. Osgood was born in Massachusetts, although he claim to be a New Yorker, from his long residence there. When he left New York he resided on Bleaker street, near Broadway. The Guerrilla war at the west. Dispatches from Louisville, July 29th, say Russellville, Ky., was taken by Confederate guerrillas on that day, under Col. Guano, two Federal lieutenants being killed in the action. It was occupied two hours after by a large Fede