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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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y; L P Neville, wrest; Thos Marshall, face; James Katen, head;--Gilbert, face. Company F, Preston Guards, Capt. Fowlkee. Killed — Fred Shumaner, Wm. Keister, and J. G. Crews Wounded — C. H. Jones, severely in body; John Wygall, in shoulder; H. Farrish, in thigh; D C Hughes, neck; Boss Rocke, head; Fleming Roop, shoulder, slightly; J. E. T. Craig, shoulder; James Murdock, foot; B. R. Long, both hands. Company G. Home Guard, Capt. Otey. Killed — None. Wounded-- 1st Sergeant Jas. Franklin, jr, in arm, severely; Ed. A. Akers, shoulder slightly; M. M. Leckie, mortally; S. L. Moorman, hand; Vae Taliaferro, arm; Samuel Nowlin, head; A. W. Nowlin, thigh; Corp Jno Sumpter, arm; Jno Waller, shoulder, dangerously; Jno P. Goggin, hand; G. T Launder, twice in leg; Willey Campbell, in mouth. Company H., Jeff Davis Guard, 1st Lt. Herd. Killed — William M. Barks and James Reynolds. Wounded--Sergeant D. C. Wright, in arm; Jno Boland, wrist; Jno R. Davis, slightly; Jno Dar
my left a large amount of camp equipage and guns, which they could not destroy, for fear of being seen." [Second Dispatch]Headquarters Army of the Potomac, May 4,9 A. M. Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War:--"We have the ramparts of the enemy. We have his guns, ammunition, camp equipage, &c., and hold the entire line of his works, which the engineers report as being very strong. "I have thrown all my cavalry and horse artillery in pursuit, supported by infantry. "I move Franklin, and as much more as I can transport by water, up to West Point today. No time shall be lost. The gunboats have gone up York river. I omitted to state that Gloucester is also in our possession. "I shall push the enemy to the wall. "G. McClellan, Major General." [from the Army correspondent of the associated Press]Headquarters Army of the Potomac, A. M This morning, at five o' clock, your correspondent had the pleasure of entering the enemy's works at Yorktown, whi