Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Greble or search for Greble in all documents.

Your search returned 6 results in 3 document sections:

The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
n to twenty pieces, some of which were rifled cannon, which were very well served, and protected from being readily turned by a creek in front. Our loss is very considerable, amounting perhaps, to forty or fifty, a quarter part of which you will see was from the unfortunate mistake — to call it by no worse name --of Col.Bendix. I will, as soon as official returns can be got, give a fuller detail of the affair, and will only add now that we have to regret especially the death of Lieut. Greble, of the Second Artillery, who went out with Col. Washburn, from Newport News, and who very efficiently and gallantly fought his piece until he was struck by a cannon shot. I will endeavor to get accurate statements to forward by the next mail. I think in the unfortunate combination of circumstances, and the result which we experienced, we have gained more than we have lost. Our troops have learned to have confidence in themselves under fire, the enemy have shown that they will not mee
to the enemy's batteries. All these movements took time, and in the meantime our battery, commanded and served by Lieutenant Greble, 2d regiment U. S. Artillery, kept up a galling and successful fire upon the enemy's batteries, and although grape,o the bridge. We rapidly advanced, supported by the advance guard of Col. Duryea and three pieces of artillery under Lieut. Greble, of the First Regiment United States Artillery. The enemy soon opened fire on us from the rifled cannon in front. Wd through my leg, and killed a soldier in the rear, I withdrew my men to the skirts of the wood. We managed to reach Lieut. Greble's battery, and bring to his aid several of my men. The charge was then sounded; Lt. Greble opened fire with grape andLt. Greble opened fire with grape and canister, within two hundred yards of the enemy's lines. Capts. Winslow, Bartlett and myself, charged with our commands in front, Capt. Denike and Lieut. Duryea, (son of Colonel Duryea,) and about two hundred of the Troy Rifles upon the right; Colo
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond, June 5, 1861. (search)
ge Thomas, of Mass. has been elected to the Washington Congress, to fill the Vacancy claused by the resignation of Chas. F. Adams, present Minister at the Court of St. James. A. F. Albers. of Charleston, S. C., Was thrown from the tender of a locomotive on the Augusta Railroad a few days ago and instantly killed. The Federal Government is "seriously embarrassed" in consequence of Northern newspaper publications, and it is intimated that a censorship will be established. It is now stated that Burlingame is appomted Minister to China. The Zouaves at Alexandria claim to have delivered up a slave to his owner. We don't believe it. The New York papers are spreading a story that a portion of Col. Blanton Duncan's Kentucky Regiment have hoisted the Stare and Stripes. Some citizens of Dover, Delaware, have held a meeting and requested Senator Bayard to resign. Lieut. Greble, killed at Bethel, was buried with great pomp in Philadelphia on the 14th. inst.