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The Daily Dispatch: May 19, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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Company E. Captain Tyree severely wounded and absent. Lieutenant Knight, now commanding, reports all as having fought bravely, except one or two, and reports Sergeant Miller, privates John T. Brown, John Davis, Hillery Bolten, J. C. Clayton, Larkin Davis, Kilech and W. H. Howerton, wounded. Company F. Captain R. T. Daniel, commander. He is absent, wounded. The regimental commander reports all as having fought well, except one or two. He regards privates Churchwell Parker and Daniel Hodnetrtally wounded in the charge of the thirtieth; Adjutant Williams, Captain Fauntleroy, Captain Saunders, Captain Rice, Captain Roy, Captain Jett, Captain Healy, Captain Lawson, and Captain Alexander, and Lieutenants Brockenbrough, Roane, Reynolds, Davis, Healy, and Street; particularly Captain Fauntleroy and Lieutenants Brockenbrough and Roane. The General's attention is also called to the following named non-commissioned officers and privates: Sergeant-Major Mallory; Color-Sergeant Fauntlero
ides, and a lot of grain, oil, and car grease. The fire spread rapidly through the warehouse, and the back portion of two large stores on the first floor of Mr. Larkin Davis, on Whitehall street, occupied, one by R. H. McCroskey &Co., and the government office, and the other by Messrs Willis & Young. Here the devouring element was arrested by the untiring, heroic exertions of our gallant firemen. The old warehouse is a complete rain, as well as the back portion of the two stores in Davis's building on Whitehall street, while the front stores are very badly damaged. The ware house was not worth much, the chief value of the property being in the land; but the loss of Mr. Davis on his building is probably about $3,500. The only loss sustained by the Government was the scorching of five thousands pounds of bacon, which, we are told, can be used. Nearly all the cotton, and much the largest portion of the bacon, and other articles, belonging to other parties was destroyed. The pr