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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 36 0 Browse Search
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position and effectively at work, Hunt's and Edwards's battery being in good position. There was en about half a mile distant to the east from Edwards's battery, I ordered the Sixteenth and Thirty Hunt's battery into the open field, where Lieut. Edwards had been firing; that he had also ordered Hunt, with his howitzers, Lieut. Green and Lieut. Edwards, with the rifled guns, poured a heavy fireat right shoulder shift. I gave orders to Lieut. Edwards, when I saw the rear of the column, to giv positions and defence. To Major Hunt and Lieut. Edwards, who commanded the batteries on the left, Parrott rifle guns, two 12-pounder howitzers; Edwards's (Company G, 5th Artillery) two 20-pounders batteries of Hunt, Carlisle, Ayres, Tidball, Edwards, and Green (21 pieces) being detached from threat. The batteries of Hunt, Ayres, Tidball, Edwards, Green, and the New York 8th regiment, (the llatt, Ransom, Thompson, Webb, Barriga, Green, Edwards, Dresser, Wilson, Throckmorton, Cushing, Harr[6 more...]
, and continued our march until 6 P. M., when we saw a house standing alone in the bushes. We determined to go there, and get something to eat. Arriving at the gate, we inquired if they had something to sell us. They said they had, and we lost no time in investing in fifty cents' worth of hoe-cake and milk. While we were devouring these (to us) luxuries, a horseman galloped up to the door, and the lady of the house called the man with whom we were conversing, Cousin George, (his name is Edwards.) We suspected something wrong, and took a precipitate leave down the hill, and continued our march. Half an hour after leaving this house we crossed the main road, and crossed the field, in order to reach a wood which we supposed was a forest, but which turned out to be nothing but a small thicket. Soon after crossing the thicket, we espied eight mounted troopers at full speed, passing along the road, some fifteen yards ahead; not supposing they were in search of us, we continued on our
. P. Noyes. line.--Co. A, from Gorham, Josiah Heald, Captain; Wm. Merrill, Lieutenant; Henry R. Willett, Ensign. Co. B, Biddeford, E. L. Goodwin, Captain; Robt. Stevens, Lieutenant; Samuel F. Pilsbury, Ensign. Co. C, Saco, Isaac B. Noyes, Captain; Fred. D. Gurney. Lieutenant; David S. Barrows, Ensign. Co. D, Brunswick, Edward W. Thompson, Captain; George B. Kenningston, Lieutenant; Charles H. Small, Ensign. Co. E, Lewiston, E. W. Sawyer, Captain; L. L. Daggert, Lieutenant; Frank L. Lemont, Ensign. Co. F, Portland, George P. Sherwood, Captain; Nathan Walker, Lieutenant; G. E. Atwood, Ensign. Co. G, Portland, Henry G. Thomas, Captain; George W. Martin, Lieutenant; Thomas Sawyer, Ensign. Co. H, Portland, J. H. Gearmon, Captain; A. L. Dwyer, Lieutenant; L. Munson, Ensign. Co. I, Bethel, C. L. Edwards, Captain; J. B. Walker, Lieutenant; C. M. Wamwell, Ensign. Co. K, Mechanic Falls, Wm. A. Toble, Captain; H. T. Buckman, Lieutenant; B. Spillen, Ensign.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28.