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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 0 Browse Search
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e obstructions had been removed a violent storm, that lasted for several days, rendered any further operations impracticable; the pickets then were obliged to keep their dismal walk away off on this exposed outpost, trampling in mud that came near to their middles, and through the soaking grass higher than their heads, a task solitary and cheerless enough, but not surpassed in importance by any in the command. It was well performed; a battalion of the Connecticut Seventh regiment, under Major Gardner, allowed no straggler or spy to approach without seizing him, and, fortunately, only one or two were tempted that way, and no suspicions of the enemy could have been aroused. Information of these proceedings having been communicated to the navy, Commodore Dupont, of course, perceived of what consequence they might prove, and sent Capt. John Rodgers of the Flag, and Lieut. Barnes of the Wabash, to reconnoitre in company with Lieut. Wilson, so that the report of a strictly naval officer
nd wounded in the Federal army. Killed. Twenty-Fifth Massachusetts.--Private Jas. Haverstock, Co. C, of Worcester; Michael Brosnihan, Co. E, Worcester; Eugene Garatuer, Co. G, Worcester; Valentine Suter, Co. G, Oxford; Levi Ball, Co. I, of Gardner; Thomas Kelly, Co. I, of New-England Village. Twenty-First Massachusetts.--Private Henry W. Battles, Co. D; Private Wm. Hodgeman, Co. D; Corporal George W. Henry, Co. C; Private Samuel D. Sargent, Co. C; Jos. Hammond, Co. B. Tenth Connecticuilled and wounded--Twenty-Fifth Massachusetts regiment, officially reported. Killed. Co. C, James Haverstock, Worcester. Co. E, Michael Brosnihan, do. Co. G, Eugene Gantner, do. Co. G, Valentine Suter, Oxford. Co. F, Levi Ball, Gardner; Thomas Kelly, N. E. Village. Wounded. Co. A, Corporal H. E. Brooks, in ankle, Worcester; C. S. Bartlett, arm shattered, do.; S. S. Dresser, flesh wound, leg, do.; H. F. Knox, slightly, neck, Holden; D. B. Bigelow, flesh, leg, Worcester.
Wm. Saddler, Fred. Hoffman, Daniel Clancey, Leander Campbell, Joseph Miller, Hampton Gardner, Arthur Lappin, Thomas Fresher, wounded; Wm. Kehl, missing. Co. B--Jas. Carroll, Jas. Creiglow, Allen C. Lamb, Stephen W. Rice, killed; Duncan Reid; Jos. Smith, Albert E. Withers, Charles Fagan, badly wounded; Sergeant A. H. Fitch, Corporal Wm. E. Smith, and five others slightly wounded. Co. C--Ord. Sergeant A. C. Danforth, E. G. Sackett, killed; O. H. Worcester, W. Coleman, Stephen Kellogg, Jno. Gardner, F. M. Palmer, F. A. Warner, Daniel Kingsberry, Richard Winsor, wounded. Co. D--Corp. A. C. Griswold, Reuben Burnham, Louis Carver, killed. Co. E--Corp. Geo. Blandin, John Milliman, John Atwater, Geo. Anness, wounded. Co. F--Elias Hall, killed;.Capt. A. C. Burgess, Corporal Benjamin Gridley, Fred. Bethel, Chas. W. Minnick, Moses Owens, Arba Pritchell, Edward Thompson, Edward E. Tracy, wounded; Anson Pritchard, missing. Co. G--John Fram, killed; Sergeant E. M. Lazonny, wounded.
t.19.Sch. Atkinson, Fitzinger, Georgetown, rice. Sept.20.Sch. Victoria, Vincent, Beaufort, S. C., rice. Oct.2.Sch. Carrie Sandford, Haggett, Wilmington, lumber. Oct.8.Sch. Mary Louisa, Bettilini, Jacksonville, naval stores. Oct.12.Sch. British Empire, Parsons, Jacksonville, lumber. Oct.15.Sch. J. W. Anderson, Black, Savannah, naval stores. Oct.15.Sch. Adeline, Smith, Savannah, naval stores. Nov.4.Sch. Lucy R. Waring, Smith, Savannah, naval stores. Nov.6.Sch. John R. Wilder, Gardner, Savannah, rice. Nov.7.Sch. H. F. Willing, Gill, Savannah, rice. Nov.7.Sch. Gen. Ripley, Phillips, Charleston, rice. Nov.8.Sloop Mary, Baker, Savannah, rice. Nov.15.Sch. Garibaldi, Bettilini, Jacksonville, naval stores. Dec.5.Sch. Prince of Wales, Adair, Charleston, cotton. Dec.6.Sloop Belle, Moore, Charleston, rice. Dec.7.Steamship Ella Warley, Swasey, Charleston, cotton. Dec.10.Steamship Theodora, Lockwood, Charleston, cotton. 1862.   Jan.16.Sch. Garibaldi, Bettilini, Jacks