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The Daily Dispatch: January 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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; Emmer E. Rossiter mortally, since died. Total — Killed, one; wounded, twelve. Number engaged — Commanding officers, two; enlisted men, twenty-one. Co. I, First Lieut. L. T. Patchin, Commanding. Killed--Corporal J. K. Snyder, private E. Troutman. Wounded--Lieut. L. T. Patchin, severely; private Andrew Conchain, severely; private Chas. Dougherty, slightly. Total killed, two; wounded, three. Number engaged, commanding officers, two; enlisted men, thirty-six. Co. K, Capt. James Horner, Commanding. Wounded--First Sergeant, Acting Lieut. H. P. Wolcott, severely; Sergeant John Orr, mortally, since died; Sergeant L. O. Smith, severely; privates A. J. Winters, severely; John Thompson, severely; Daniel Regan, slightly; Charles McEchran, slightly; J. P. Button, slightly. Total wounded, eight. Number engaged, commanding officers, one; enlisted men, twenty-three. Total commanders killed, one; total do. wounded, two; total enlisted killed, thirteen; total enlisted wou
Killed by lightning in winter. --On the 16th instant, the barn of James Horner, of Warwick, Bucks county, Pa., was struck by lightning during a thunder storm, and two valuable cows killed. There were eleven cows in the stable, but only the two injured. It is rather uncommon to hear of such damage by lightning in midwinter, and the ground covered with snow, as on this occasion.