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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), The battle of Beverly ford. (search)
nor any of his staff in the open. It was but a few yards up the hill to the troops who were actually engaged, and as I rode among them I found myself with my own regiment, the Sixth Pennsylvania Cavalry, and at that moment the adjutant, Lieutenant Rudolph Ellis, was severely wounded, and turned his horse down the hill. I said a word to him, and was then immediately confronted by Captain Wesley Merritt, commanding the Second Regulars, who was dashing through the woods without a hat, having justt. He was rewarded for his conspicuous gallantry on this day, and soon became a brigadier general; then, like Custer, a major general in good time, and one of the ablest and best of our cavalry commanders to the end of the war. Of Merritt and Ellis and a dozen more, I inquired in vain for General Buford. No one knew anything of him, but the fight went on briskly all the same.. Hurrying back then to the troops in the open, I reported to Major Whiting, of the Second Regulars, the senior offi
George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade), chapter 4 (search)
fallen into the enemy's hands. Captain Davis Charles B. Davis, of Philadelphia. was killed. Lennig Thompson Lennig, of Philadelphia. is missing, believed to be wounded. Captain Leiper Charles L. Leiper, of Philadelphia. is missing. Lieutenant Ellis Rudolph Ellis, of Philadelphia. is wounded. Lieutenant Colladay, Samuel R. Colladay. missing. Charley Cadwalader Charles E. Cadwalader, of Philadelphia. was with them, also Captain Dahlgren, of General Hooker's staff. This latter offiRudolph Ellis, of Philadelphia. is wounded. Lieutenant Colladay, Samuel R. Colladay. missing. Charley Cadwalader Charles E. Cadwalader, of Philadelphia. was with them, also Captain Dahlgren, of General Hooker's staff. This latter officer says he was with Morris, and had just jumped a ditch, when his horse was shot. On dismounting, and looking around, he saw Morris's horse without a rider, and he thinks Morris was thrown in jumping the ditch. Charles Coxe Charles B. Coxe, of Philadelphia. is all right, so also is Willie White, William White, of Philadelphia, who had two horses shot under him, and broke two sabres. Newhall Frederick C. Newhall, of Philadelphia. was on Pleasanton's staff, and was not with the regim
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