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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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es J Murphy, J O Barnes, Bennett Starling, Thomas Baxley, Jackson Downing, Jas M Moore, J R Sims, Thomas J Armstrong. Wounded--Capt J N Lightfoot, Second Lieut J T R Lightfoot, Serg W P Thurman, Serg L Heurst, Corp'l C W Taylor, Privates A W Black, B Milton, E G Pitts, John L Kirkland, J R Purmamore, Chas L Messar, S S Curry, Martin V Kirkland, J T Lingo, Thos Alman, Thos Trawick, John Lammons, Wm H Tiller, Jas A Hutto, F M Camron, J F Sims, Irvin Jackson, F M Armstrong J F Jackson, Reuben Harris, J L Windsor. J. N. Lightfoot, Captain Co. B, 6th Alabama. Fourth North Carolina regiment. The following is a summary of the casualties in the 4th North Carolina regiment: killed--Captains, 2; Lieutenants, 1; non-commissioned officers, 9; privates, 65. Wounded.--Captains, 3; Lieutenants, 10; non-commissioned officers, 24; privates, 245. Adjutant J. L. Berry was wounded and afterwards died. Captain John Hyman was also among the wounded. Three color bearers wer
man, evidently the flower of the Northern army, being natives of Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio and Missouri. They were not treated with discourtesy at Chattanooga. Eight hundred of them were sent down the Tennessee. When they were about to leave Chattanooga they gave three cheers for Colonel Claiborn, the Confederate Provost Marshal of the town. The remainder of them were sent in different directions beyond our lines, having, no doubt, been paroled." The letter goes on to say that Governor Harris, of Tennessee, arrived at Chattanooga on the morning of the 30th ultimo, from Memphis. "I have not seen him yet. I hope be will not much longer remain a refugee, but may soon be welcomed by the oppressed fair one of his own beautiful capital. I have heard several anecdotes related by persons from Nashville, amongst which is the following: A little boy, a vender of pies, started out with his basket, when he was accosted by a Federal on a horse; a tempting pie was purchased, when th