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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Atrocitties of the Neapolitan brigands. (search)
of a visit to Gen. Floyd's Outposts.[correspondence of the Cleveland (Ohio) Herald.] Gaulet Bridge, Aug. 31. --I sent you a dispatch yesterday evening, telling you of the safety of all the commissioned officers of the regiment, save Capt. Dyer, known to be killed, Capt. Shurtliff, known to be a prisoner, and Lieutenants Wilcox and Lockwood missing. I regret exceedingly that I cannot give you the names of the privates and non-commissioned officers killed, wounded, prisoners, and misse received by Colonel Finny in a closed room, and the bandages taken from our eyes. We found the Colonel a courteous gentleman of Eastern Virginia, and were informed by him that our dead had already been decently buried, with the exception of Captain Dyer, who had been recognized on the battle-field before he was quite dead by Major Themburg, of their army, who had served with him in New Mexico, whose body they were intending to send down to us under a flag of truce, to be forwarded to his frie