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The Daily Dispatch: February 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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casion, we can but lament the loss of many valuable lives. Our casualties amount to twenty killed ninety-six wounded, and twenty-eight missing. Many of the missing have returned since the day of the battle. I am much indebted to Surgeons H. X. Greens, of the 12th Georgia regiment, and W. T. Blano, of the 31st Virginia, for their attention to our own wounded as well as those of the enemy. They have been untiring in their efforts to alleviates their sufferings. Dr. Greens was sligforts to alleviates their sufferings. Dr. Greens was slightly wounded in the hand by a spent ball, whilst attending to the wounded. Herewith I transmit a list of casualties also, the reports of commanders of regiments and corps. I am, sir, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, Edward. Johnson, Colonel 12th Georgia Regiment, Commanding Monterey Line. To Col. C. L. Stevenson, Assistant Adjutant General, Army Northwest, Staunton (Official.) John Withers. A. A. General