Your search returned 13 results in 8 document sections:

f First Lieut. G. W. Crosby, of company E, and as I am well assured, nobly maintained the honor of our flag. Should I designate meritorious officers, I should have to name nearly every officer in the regiment. I think, however, none will feel envious if I specially mention Lieut. Crosby. I desire to call the attention of the General commanding the division to the gallantry and good conduct of Sergeant James Lakin, of company F, who carried the colors on the first day; and of Corporal Anderson Edwards, of company I, who carried the colors on the second day of the battle. Our loss is heavy. I herewith enclose a list of our killed, wounded and missing. I have the honor to remain, sir, Very respectfully, your obedient servant, M. M. Trumbull, Capt. Third Iowa Infantry, Comd'g Regiment. Gen. Beauregard's (rebel) report. headquarters of the army of the Mississippi, Corinth, Miss., April 11, 1862. General: On the second ultimo, having ascertained conclusively, f
s and courage, and rendered me very valuable assistance on the field. The conduct of the rank and file in crossing the bridge, under the terrible fire of the enemy's batteries, and in rallying to the flag, as promptly as they did, deserves the highest praise. Several cases of individual bravery among the men I shall bring to the notice of the General commanding the brigade as soon as I have fully investigated the circumstances. I take pleasure in noticing here the gallantry of Corp. Anderson Edwards, the color-bearer. This is the third fight in which he has carried the colors of the regiment, and he deserves the notice of the General Commanding. I am ashamed to say that a few, a very few, cases of misconduct in the presence of the enemy, have been reported to me, which on further investigation I shall submit to the General commanding the brigade, with a request that they may be submitted to a general court-martial. I herewith enclose a list of the killed and wounded in the
s and courage, and rendered me very valuable assistance on the field. The conduct of the rank and file in crossing the bridge, under the terrible fire of the enemy's batteries, and in rallying to the flag, as promptly as they did, deserves the highest praise. Several cases of individual bravery among the men I shall bring to the notice of the General commanding the brigade as soon as I have fully investigated the circumstances. I take pleasure in noticing here the gallantry of Corp. Anderson Edwards, the color-bearer. This is the third fight in which he has carried the colors of the regiment, and he deserves the notice of the General Commanding. I am ashamed to say that a few, a very few, cases of misconduct in the presence of the enemy, have been reported to me, which on further investigation I shall submit to the General commanding the brigade, with a request that they may be submitted to a general court-martial. I herewith enclose a list of the killed and wounded in the
Ran away--ten dollars Reward. --On Thursday, the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a mulatto; she is about 39 years of age; medium size; rather delicate; she has bad teeth; quite a singular purchased her of Anderson Edwards, Esq., of Chesterfield county, about seven miles from . She has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have no doubt that she is in the city. I warn all persons from harboring her. I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my residence in Richmond corner of Clay and 10th streets. G. A. W. Taylor. no 19--6t*
Ranaway.--ten dollars Reward --On Thursday, the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a she is about 30 years of age; medium size; rather delicate; the has bad teeth; quite a singular voice I purchase her of Anderson Edwards, Esq., of Chesterfield county, about seven miles from Richmond She has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have no doubt that she is in the city. I warn all persons from harboring her. I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my resider Richmond corner of Clay and 10th streets. G. A. W. Taylor. no 19--
Runaway.--ten dollars reward. --On Thursday, the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a mulatto; she is about 10 years of age; medium size; rather delicate, she has bad teeth; quite a singular voice. I purchased her of Anderson Edwards, Esq. of Chesterfield about seven miles from Richmond. She has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have no doubt that she is in the city. I warn all persons from harboring her, I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my residence in Richmond, corner of Clay and 10th streets. no 17--t* G. A. W. Taylor.
Arrests. --The following arrests were made by the police yesterday: Thomas Field, (negro,) for stealing iron from the ruins of the old Columbian Hotel, on Cary street. George W. Duncan, for fighting in the market with James Wilkinson, and James Wilkinson for retaliating upon George W. Duncan. James Carshin, for assaulting and knocking down a citizen; Colin Lee, (negro,) for throwing a piece of iron and striking a little girl. Mary Jane Coleman and Mary Sykes, (negroes,) for disorderly conduct and making a disturbance in the streets; and R. Thompson, of Hanover, for uproarious conduct in public while under the influence of liquor. The following arrests were registered at the upper station-house: James Washington, (negro,) for stealing iron from J. A. Belvin, and Anderson Edwards, for fighting on Broad street, near the Fredericksburg depot, with a negro named D. Green.
Buskirk and C. Hartley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was s