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The Daily Dispatch: August 5, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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e thigh, seriously; Richard Grubb, three balls in hat; and several others with musket balls through their clothes. Evergreen Guards, Captain E. Berkeley's Company.--Killed-- Jas. A. Kinney, Joseph B. Luntsford, Wm. E. Ball, Wm. Hewett.--Wounded seriously--Corporal Benj. Hurst and private Bernard King; slightly, John Shanny and Capt. Bazell, of Md. Camp Rifles, Capt. Wm. Berkeley.--Only one wounded, private Baker, of Middleburg, dangerous. Capt. W. Carter's Cavalry--Killed — Frank Dowell, Enoch McCarty, G. Francis, John Plaster, Stephen Cornell, Peyton Wilson, and a Mr. Hicks, of Md. Capt. Rogers' Artillery.--Wounded — John Howser, Since dead. Wampler's Company.--Killed — None.--Wounded — T. Myers, J. W. Nichols, G. T. Loveless. Caroline county, Virginia. Says the Fredericksburg Recorder: The county of Caroline will not have to bring her militia into the field, her quotes of volunteers being much larger than the requisition of the Governor called