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uge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Setzer, Jno. Hess and Jacob Safrit, killed; privates John Howard and N. Lindsay Dancy, severely wounded; privates W. Rufus Owen, Henry W. A. Miller, Jacob W. Miller, and Bartlett Allen, slightly wounded. Company H, Capt. Mitchell, commanding.--Not directly in the engagement, Private John W. Evans, hand shot off. Company I, Capt. York, commanding.--Sergeant Hiram Sears, Sergeant John W. Wilson and Private Joseph T. Morris, mortally wounded; Private James H. Moring, severely wounded, and Joseph D. Ausley, slightly wounded. Col. Charles F. Fisher killed, and Lieut. Col. C. E. Lightfoot slightly wounded, making 15 killed, 7 mortally wounded, 25 severely. 21 slightly, and 1 missing, making 69. A number of others received slight injuries, not worth mentioning.
The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Voice from the New York Stock Board. (search)
Sherman's battery. We are requested to insert the following: It is generally understood that the celebrated battery of Sherman consisted of sixteen guns, and as it is not probable that all these guns were placed in immediate juxtaposition, hence the fact that they were not all captured by the same charge or the same regiment, and hence the conflicting claims set up by different regiments to the honor of taking them. From accounts received by the writer from eye-witnesses at Manassas, he feels entirely warranted in saying that the 18th Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, under Col. Withers, certainly participated in the final capture of some of Sherman's guns, and that Lieut. Shields, of the Black Eagle Company, Cumberland county, belonging to that regiment, assisted by a gentleman named Evans, an officer in one of the South Carolina Regiments, actually turned one of the guns and fired it several times on the retreating enemy. Justice.
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