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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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d then again, the separation of Longstreet's corps and Wheeler's cavalry from the main body, turned out to be a most serious blunder, perhaps, though, one that could not have been anticipated. Among the wounded officers who have arrived at Atlanta we find the names of Major French, of the 63d Va., and Capt. A. H. Booth, of the 54th Va. Col. Horace Rice, of the 29th Tenn., and Lt. Co. Julius Porcher, of the 10th S. C., were killed. Col. Suggs, of the 50th Tenn., was dangerously, and Major Green, of the 29th Tenn., mortally wounded Capt. Cabell Breckinridge, son of the General, was taken prisoner. Gen. Walthall was wounded in the heel, and Gen. Maney was wounded slightly in the shoulder. The Confederacy, of Saturday, gives some additional particulars of the battle. It says: Active work began on last Saturday with light skirmishing. The enemy shelled at intervals from their fortifications and sent out a few raiding parties, which were checked at every point, except i
: A number of the prominent citizens of Anne Arundel Co. were arrested in Annapolis yesterday, by the military authorities, and brought to this city under guard, and taken to the office of Col. Fish, where they were paroled to report again this morning. The charges against them are disloyalty, and refusing to take the oath of allegiance on the late election day in the State, viz: 4th of November. The following are their names: Ex Gov. Thos. G. Pratt. Col. Jos. H. Nicholson, Nicholson Green, Clerk of Anne Arundel County Circuit Court; Jas. R. Ewell, State Attorney for the same county; Mr. Miller, late reporter of the Maryland Court of Appeals; Robert W. Tate, Benjamin Watkins, Wm. Tell Claude, W. H. McPerlin, G. W. Duvall, Edwin Royle, B. Longue, Dr. F. S. Owens, Jas. E. Tate, and D. Claude Handley. Thos. Franklin, formerly State Senator from Anne Arundel Co., was also arrested, but owing to his age was permitted to remain in Annapolis, under guard. It was also stated tha