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The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Inside history of the battles around Richmond — the instructions of McDowell — his correspondence with McClellan. (search)
n overwhelming column. He rallied his troops, but was again driven back. At latest accounts he was five miles this side of the ground occupied in the morning.--The battle continued until night, at which time the Confederates held their position. The Union loss is very heavy. Killed--Brigadier-General Sill, Lieut-Colonel Garesche, (Rosecrans's Chief of Staff,) and Gen. Willick, of Indiana; Col. Kelley, of the 2d Ohio; Col. Schaffer, acting Brigadier General; Col. Farmer, 15th Kentucky; Col. Cotton, 6th Kentucky; Col. Jones, 37th Indiana; Major Carpenter, 19th Regulars; Major Rosengarten, of Philadelphia; Col. Carpenter, 18th Wisconsin; Lieut. Colonel McKee, 15th Wisconsin. Wounded--Brigadier General Cock, Ill; Gen. Wood, Ind.; Gen. Vancleve, Minn.; Major- General Rossean, Ky.; Major Stemmer, 16th Regulars, and a host of other officers, filling over two columns. The total Federal loss in killed and wounded is estimated at thirty thousand. The rebel loss is put down as much hea