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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], The work for the Northern Congress. (search)
Gone. --The Richmond and York River Railroad conveyed away yesterday towards Yorktown, the Battalion of Louisiana Volunteers, which have been encamped for several days in this city. They numbered 585 men, were under the command of Col. Dreux, and consisted of the Crescent Rifles, Capt. Fisk; Orleans Cadets, Capt. Collins; Shreveport Grays, Capt. Beard; Grevot Guards, Capt. Goods; and Louisiana Guads, Capt. Todd.
23d, Henry Mayers, in skirmish of 25th, Robert Williams and Thos Bratcher. Wounded: Lieut Jas Dillon, Corp Jno Grey, L Callott, Henry Clark, Edward Hoffman, J W Spencer. Total killed 3, wounded 6. Company G, Capt Willett.--Killed: Sergt John McDonald and Columbus W Read. Wounded: 1st Lieut W D Hendricks, 2d Lieut Mark O' Rorke, 1st Sergt Phillip H Raymond, Sergt J T Kelly, Samuel Kells, Samuel Brown, W C Lee, Wm Heneig, David H DeSilva. Total killed 2, wounded 9. Company H. (Shreveport Grays,) Lt Lamkin in command.--Wounded: Robt Johnson, A B Spell, J E Youngblood, L Loeb, R T Mansfield. Total wounded 5. Company I, Lt Trott in command.--Killed: Lt Geo L Trott and Jno Bain. Wounded: Capt Chas E Cormler, 1st Lt Jos Taylor, Jacob Euredorf, Geo Almindinger, Avery Breed, Nat Burns, Henry Coleman, Wm Hunter, J T Lorains, Robt Jackson, Wm Tripple. Missing: Robt Garroway and James M Grant. Total killed 2, wounded 12, missing 2. Company K, Capt Wm L Randall.--Killed: Pat M