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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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of the wounded, and having ascertained returned to find the regiment. They had gone, and as it was now after dark, and we could only return to assist Surgeon Lucius Benham, who was in charge of the wounded. The following is the list of killed and wounded: Lieut.-Col. C. W. Dunlap, commanding regiment, wounded in hand and slightly in breast — horse killed. Company C--Wm. Jones, Dubuque County, killed, shot through bowels; John M. Miller, Dubuque County, wounded in head, slightly; Richard Cook, Dubuque County, wounded with shell, slightly; Charles Dunham, Dubuque County, reported ported paroled; Lieut. Alexander, Dubuque County, (commanding company K,) reported seriously wounded with grape. Company H--Ira Carlton, Delaware County, killed. Company K--Harrison Hefner, Delaware County, killed, shot through bowels; Freeman Fear, Delaware County, wounded in thigh, serious; Ward White, Delaware County, wounded in breast, and arm broken; Adam Luchinger, Dubuque County, wounded i
Banished to Canada. --The Federal military authorities in Southwestern Kentucky have been actively engaged lately in banishing citizens whom they believe to have Southern sympathies. They issued orders, recently, at Columbus, Kentucky, banishing many of the most prominent citizens of that place to Canada, confiscating their personal effects, and giving them but a very short time to settle their affairs. Among the number sent to Canada were James M. Moore, Pembroke Walker, Burns Walker, William Cook, Richard Cook, Turner M. Horn, George B. Moss, Judge Vance, James Morton, Edward Smedley.--Doughty and others — all men of the highest respectability, and good, quiet citizens.