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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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; Lieut. C. W. Squier, Company F, Acting Aid; Capt. George Quarterman, Company C, Acting Major; Capt. A. Wilkinson, Company I; Capt. George A. Morey, Company E; Capt. Henry M. Allen, Company B; Capt. William F. Mew, Company F; Lieut. James H. Stewart, Company A; Lieut. Purchase, Company C; Lieut. Lounsberry, Company D; Lieut. R. D. Andrews, Company F; Lieut. Conway, Company G; Lieut. Harrison, Company H; Lieut. Bonnan, Company B; Lieut. Francis Tyler, Company A; Lieut. Loicq, Company B; Lieut. F. Corse, Company C; Lieut. Willard Bu'lard, Company I. I have the honor to remain your obedient servant, Charles K. Graham, Col. Com'dg Fifth Regiment Excelsior Brigade U. S. V. To Brig.-Gen. D. E. Sickles, Headquarters Excelsior Brigade, Asbury, near Mattowoman Creek, Md. A correspondent of the New York Times gives the following circumstantial account of this reconnoissance: Charles County, Md., Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1861. There is no place on the whole Potomac about which so much