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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 15 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 6 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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al magazines were exploded and an immense quantity of stores destroyed. Arms, baggage, overcoats, knapsacks, caps, and h cks, were scattered along the route in profusion. The latest accounts of yesterday represent the Yankee army cut in twain and trying to escape towards the James. After destroying the railroad and telegraph lines and driving the Yankees this side the Chickahominy, Jackson also crossed and is now pressing hard upon them. Yesterday it was said that Generals Long street and Hill were in position in Charles City, and that the last avenue of escape for the "grand army" is cut off. Gen Magruder had gone down to reinforce Gen. Longstreet to assist in checking the retreat, while Jackson and others are steadily driving them on. The only alternative is a heavy fight the James river or an unconditional surrender of McClellan's army. While Magruder was thus successfully "pushing the enemy to the wall" on the south side of the Chickabominy, the redoubtable Stuart was not
Wayland. Missing: Privates Johnson, Venable. Company C.--Killed: Capt. E Y Hill, Corpl H W Whitaker, Private J L Lide. Wounded: Privates A J Mille, mortally; J Sergt Files, do. Company H.--Killed: Private S Crabb. Wounded: Privates M Hill, mortally; H Watkins J Cline, G Dean, G Grisham, G T Graham, C P Lowell L R Bated: Lieut Edward C Gibson, severely; Corpl Albert Heaton, badly; Private Volney P Hill, badly. Company B, Capt. H C Boule — Wounded: Lieut Geo T Allen, mortally; illiford, J K McNeely. Company E.--Killed: Lieut David Rhodes, Privates J H Hill, Dan Wise, Dan Perkins, Joab Mobre, Cephas Hartzoge. Wounded: M L Heavner, Joshode, commanding, slightly wounded in thigh. Wounded: Privates W H Jones, Hugh M Hill, John Abbett, J J Lakin. Company C, Capt Shepard, commanding, wounded in heohnson's Artillery; G Shievers, dead, J J Davis, E Hull, Thos Mills, 2d Fla; J D Hill, will die, 18th Ga; J J Adams, 6th Ga; J S Cudd, E M Gabriel, Jenkins's reg't; 8
Wounded. --Among those wounded in the bloody fight last Friday was Major James H. Hill, Adjutant- General of Major-General W. H. C. Whiling's division. He is wounded in the right knee. Lieut. Edwin H. Chamberlayne, Jr., A. D. C., 3d brigade, was wounded in the haunch. Friends of both the above gentlemen will find them at the residence of E. H. Chamberlayne, Esq., corner of Leigh and 6th streets, where they are comfortably quartered, and doing well under the circumstances.