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The Daily Dispatch: May 11, 1863., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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; H E Stewart, H, 165th Pa; Henry Raugth, C, 26th Wis; W R Porter, C, 137th N Y; D G Caywood, I, 33d N Y; L C Small, B 7th Maine; R M Meguire H, 1st Mass; S W Beardsley K 154th N Y, A A Casler, G, do; J S Mitchell, H 84th Pa; Capt Orlando Coombs, 101d Ya; W T McAdams chaplain, 57th Pa; Lieut Col J W Patterson, 102 Pa; Capts Wm Wallace F 43d N Y; J W Wilkinson, B, do; S B Van Patton, C do; W L Thompson, K, do; H Shickardt, F, 31st N Y; Geo A Ebbotts, a do; 1st Lieut C S Barclay, H, 102d Pa; Geo Harman, F. 31st N Y; E H Morriss, G, 62d N Y; Wm Hastings, F, 43d N Y; H Van Buren, G, do; 2d Lieut J Ehrhardt, C, 21st N Y; A M Moreland, F 102d Pa; A M Heath, 12th Bow Hampshire; L J Stewart, B, 62d N Y; J H Smith N, 46d N Y; Jno N Webster, A, 31st N Y; H S Ehrhardt, E, 135th Pa; J H Conn, A, 1st Va Abolition cavalry. A Talk with the prisoners. Our columns show that we are experiencing some of the results of the late decisive action at Chancellorsville, in the arrival of thousands of t
The Daily Dispatch: May 11, 1863., [Electronic resource], Gen. Jones's expedition to the Northwest. (search)
t of April, and proceeded to Greenland, in Hardy county, where they effected the capture of about ninety Yankees. At this point the command was divided Col. A. W Harman, with the 12th Virginia regiment and the Maryland battalion, moving in the direction of Oakland, on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and Gen'l Jones to Chest river tunnel and Rowlesburg, where he inflicted some injury upon the road, but did not succeed in destroying the immense trestle work on Cheat river At Oakland, Col. Harman surprised and captured some sixty Yankees, and destroyed a railroad bridge at that point. From Oakland he went to Cranberry Summit, where he burned the Cheat river bridge, and then proceeded on to Morgantown, in Monongalia county. From Morgantown Col. Harman moved up to Fairmont where a junction was formed with the portion of the expedition under Gen. Jones--At the latter point they captured four hundred out of six hundred of the enemy, two hundred escaping. The fine suspension bridge acr