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The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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commanding — Wounded: Capt J T Smith, slightly; Private Silas East, seriously. Company K, Lieut E M Bergess commanding — Killed: Private J L Black. Wounded: Corp'l Savage. slightly; Private W H Crews, seriously; W E Wilson, seriously; Jas McKee, slightly. Col. B D Fry was wounded slightly. Lieut-Col R H Dawson was slightly bruised by his horse being killed from under him. L. P. Broughton. Acting Adjutant. Casualties in Company E. Sixth Alabama regiment. Killed: Capt Fox, J F Compton, S Schrussler, Jr, Sergt C Howe, W S Davenport, D Sueman, S B Abercrombie, H A Hicks, J N Mores. Wounded: Lieut E M Gorel, Lieut W A Waller, Sergt F C McKelthen, Sergt J O Hardwick, Corpl J McFaddin, Corpl H E Selson, Corpl R D Caldwell, Privates J A Allen, P D Cloywell, John Gibson, P H Hall, J M Hall, J M White, W F Cowper, J B Finnigan G O Clisby. C H Whitten, A B White, G B Stone, Thomas J Hinkle, D S Rice, J M Oliver. Missing: G W Bush, W W Creath, J Phetand, V
e, George, than 100,000, and there will be fifty or sixty thousand more before the 1st of June. This negro question and Chicago platform is going to destroy us, I fear, and make white slavery instead of black. They are out now in the papers begging for the negroes Lincoln's Generals have taken from their masters as contrabands. --They want old clothes and anything you have got to give them. Let them who got them from their masters take care of them. They always used to have enough to eat and to wear when with their masters. Whoever heard of a slaveholder begging for his needy blacked Suppose the whole four, millions were free, what should we do with them? This negro freedom is all a humbug. Col Van Wyck is to work in the House of Represent — fives to free the negroes. He has no political friends here but the blackest of black abolitionists. You speak of coming home; do so if you can get a furlough. Your steers are looking nice. Write soon.Siedman Fox. To Geo. H. Fez.