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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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rd left Charleston, S. C., for Virginia. The company numbers eightyfive privates, and is commanded as follows: Geo. B. Cuthbert, Captain; C. R. Holmes, First Lieutenant; T. S. Brownfield, Second Lieutenant; L. S. Webb, Third Lieutenant; Samuel Robinson, First Sergeant; J. E. Wright, Second Sergeant; G. M. LaLane, Third Sergeant; H. D. Hanahan, Fourth Sergeant; M. J. Darly, Fifth Sergeant; J. B. Boyd, First Corporal; J. E. Gaillard, Second Corporal; A. M. Brailsford, Third Corporal; DeSaussure Edwards, Fourth Corporal; J. E. Dutart, Fifth Corporal; E. W. Bellinger, Sixth Corporal; O. D. Mathews, Quartermaster; R. S. Miller, jr., Commissary.--Charleston Mercury, May 10. The Cumberland, Pawnee, Monticello, and Yankee are enforcing the blockade off Fortress Monroe. The Yankee pursued an armed schoon er up York River, but after proceeding a short distance was fired upon from a concealed battery, and compelled to return. The steamers Philadelphia, Baltimore, Powhattan, and Mount
D, and I, of the Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania regiment, and two companies of the Thirteenth Massachusetts, were engaged in the conflict. During the fight a rebel was seen taking aim at Col. Geary, when the colonel grasped a rifle from a soldier and shot him on the spot.--(Doc. 50.) The Thirty-ninth Ohio, Colonel Groesbeck; Third Iowa, Lieutenant-Colonel Scott; Sixteenth Illinois, Colonel Smith, with a force of the Missouri State Militia and Iowa State troops, under Colonels Craynon and Edwards; three hundred regulars and irregular cavalry and six pieces of artillery, under Captain Madison, left St. Joseph and Chillicothe, Mo., in two columns for Lexington, to-day, on their way to reinforce Colonel Mulligan.--N. Y. Herald, September 20. This morning the Abbe McMaster, proprietor and editor of the Freeman's Appeal, a peace organ of New York city, was arrested by the United States Marshal, Mr. Murray, and sent to Fort Lafayette, on a charge of treasonable matter contained in hi
the most hearty cheers. After partaking of breakfast, the Guards rejoined their regiment at the Trotting Course. The members of the corps contributed materially to the reduction of Fort Sumter, being on duty at Stevens' Iron Battery, whose shots told with fearful effect on the frowning walls of the grim fortress. The attentions they received from Major Anderson, and how they stood it, are matters of history. The company is composed of 85 privates and the following commissioned and non-commissioned officers, viz: Geo. B. Cuthbert, Captain; C. R. Holmes, 1st Lieut.; T. S. Brownfield, 2d Lieut.; L. S. Wobb, Ensign; Samuel Robinson, 1st Sergeant; J. E. Wright, 2d Sergeant; G. M. Lalane, 3d Sergeant; H. D. Hannahan, 4th Sergeant; W. J. Darby, 5th Sergeant; J. B. Boyd, 1st Corpora?; T. E. Gaillard, 2d Corporal; A. M. Brailsford, 3d Corporal; DeSaussure Edwards, 4th Corporal; J. E. Dutart, 5th Corporal; E. W. Bellinger, 6th Corporal; O. D. Mathews, Quartermaster; W. McLean, Commissary.