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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal relations with foreign Powers. (search)
orning, but the troops allied gallantly to their work, and fought with the energy of desperation. The troops under Col. Johnston's command were portions of the 12th Georgia and the 31st Virginia regiments, Col. Baldwin's Virginia regiment, and Hansbrough's and Regar's battalions — in all, probably not much over 1,200 men. From statements gathered from two prisoners captured a few days previously, it is presumed that the enemy's force was from 1,000 to 5,000. Our loss in the battle is set down led are the following: Capt. B. P. Anderson, of the Lee battery, from Lynchburg, a gallant and meritorious officer. Lieut. Lewis S. Thompson, of the Marion Guards, a son of Judge Thompson, of Wheeling. Among the wounded are Lieut. Col. Hansbrough, Capt. Deithier, one of Col. Johnson's aids; and Capt. Mollohon, of the axton county company. The 31st Virginia regiment, commanded by Major Boykin; suffered more severely than my other. This is the regiment formerly under Col. Wm.