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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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een delayed until the present time: Capt Julius A Kimbrough, wounded in the thigh; Lieut John J. Kimbrough, very slightly on the leg Lieut James. L Fisher, in the thigh; 1st Serg't W m H. H. Dumas, killed; 3d Serg't Ed W Nicholson, killed; 4th Serg't Jas N Callahan, wounded slightly on the leg; Corp'l John W Jones. slightly in the bead; James A Kimbrough, through the hip and thigh; privates H L Ages, wounded slightly in the head; Thomas J Bouler, severely in the shoulder and hand; E S Davis, through the right lung; (doing well;) Chas B Farrington killed; John W Hall, wounded in leg; Jas B Holoman, slightly in the face; Geo W Higginbotham, in the leg; Wm A Hawkins, in the shoulder; Wm F Hayes, in the neck; O L Jones, seriously in thighs and both arms broken; F F. Kimbrough slightly in the arm; Nat Lyon, seriously through the shoulder; J Maness, through the hip; Jas L Marion, through the hand; L C McFarland. missing; Robert Pritchett, Jr. killed; F. M Pritchett. wounded slightl
Return of the President. --President Davis has returned to Richmond, after a brief visit to his family at Raleigh, N. C.