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The Daily Dispatch: September 23, 1863., [Electronic resource] 15 1 Browse Search
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ur arms. While exulting in our success we cannot but pause to pay a passing tribute to those brave officers who paid for our success with their lives. Of General Hood, in particular, it grieves us to record the serious nature of his wound, although we hope it is not mortal, as one account represents. He was one of the best d man. There are others in the list, all of whom were an honor to the country in whose cause they fell.--But we leave their names to be recorded by other pens. Of Hood we have known and heard so much that we could not do less than bestow upon him this feeble tribute. P. S.--A dispatch has been received announcing the death oare others in the list, all of whom were an honor to the country in whose cause they fell.--But we leave their names to be recorded by other pens. Of Hood we have known and heard so much that we could not do less than bestow upon him this feeble tribute. P. S.--A dispatch has been received announcing the death of Gen. Hood.
f many gallant men and officers. Brig.-Gens. Preston Smith, Helm, and Deshler are killed; Major-General Hood and Brigadier-Generals Adams, Gregg and Brown, wounded. (Signed) Braxton Bragg. Frh Pea Vine creek, along which Rosecrans brings his supplies. We now hold this road. On Saturday Hood's division, of Gen. Longstreet's corps, attacked the enemy's left, without advancing. On Su Among the wounded are Maj. Gen. Preston, of Kentucky; Maj. Gen. Cleburne, of Arkansas; Maj. Gen. Hood, of Texas, who lost a leg; General Gregg, wounded in the jaw; and Brig. General Benning, woufficers is very great. Brig.--Gen. Helm, of Kentucky, was killed while leading a charge. Maj.Gen. Hood was mortally wounded. Major Richmond, of Gen. Polk's Staff, was killed. The battle beganlock, while leading a brigade within a few years of the enemy's line. Gen. John C. Brown, Gen. Hood, Gen. Gregg, Gen. Daniel Adams, and Gen. Helm wounded. Gen. Deshler killed. The Yankee Gen