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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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g, but failed in their purpose. Fifteenth Virginia regiment. The Fifteenth regiment, composed of companies from this city and neighborhood, was in the severe battle of the 1st instant. The casulties are as follows: Col. Thos. P. August, wounded, Major John Stewart Walker, killed. Company A--Corporal J. B. Dodd, severaly wounded by the bursting of shell, Privates H. Schwalmeyer and George W. Brooke, wounded slightly. Company B--Private Wm. M. Marshall, slightly. Company D--Privates August Harris and Benj. Faudre, slightly. Company E--Private Thomas J. Barnett, severely. Company H--Corporal Wm. H. Dean and Wm. H. Holmes, slightly. Capture of Yankee Barbarians. Four Yankees captured a Confederate soldier on Thursday and deliberately-- hunged him to a tree, having pinned upon his back a card inscribed, "We hang all the rebels we catch." The miscreants were immediately afterward captured by a squad of our cavalry, and were yesterday brought to the city in company with