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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.20 (search)
raswell, slightly in breast. John Bowman, slightly in thigh. Redmond Church, badly in foot. J. C. Clark, badly in arm. William Clark, badly in foot leg and shoulder. A. J. Coffey, finger shot off. H. C. Courtney, badly in thigh. J. P. Coffey, by bursting shell. S. W. Crisp, badly in thigh. H. C. Crump, slightly in arm. Nathaniel Culbreath, badly in side. Thomas Curtis, badly in thigh. William Curtis, arm amputated. J. M. Holloway, badly in breast. Paul Howell, badly in thigh. Ambrose Hudson, by bursting shell. A. M. Hudspeth, badly in face. G. W. Hudspeth, badly in leg. W. W. Kerby, slightly in shoulder. John Kincaid, badly in shoulder. Philip Sargent, badly in thigh. Elkanah Mathis, slightly in arm. James D. Moore, badly in thigh. Noah Page, badly in thigh. William R. Payne, slightly in body. A. W. Perkins, slightly in side. Gideon Philyaw, slightly in hip. George Porch, slightly in thigh. John Porch,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Thomas R. R. Cobb. (search)
for Howell, and South Carolina divided between Howell and Davis, with Memminger and Withers waveringe. We saw they had us, so after a few minutes Howell retired. Bartow followed him and I followed Balso we fear. Kenan is with us and thus gives Howell, Nisbet, Bartow and me a majority in our delegthe decided opinion that there will be no war. Howell insists that this is the true view of the mattor to carry out the policy of the Government. Howell has written positively refusing, under any cirim. In view of the breaking up of the college, Howell and I at a venture put in Rutherford's name. chmond, July 28, 1862.—General McLaws reviewed Howell's brigade to-day. I confess I was a little anand made a very agreeable impression on me. Howell found Joe Keno in one of the camps near him an desire. He has ordered me to take command of Howell's brigade on a march this morning. My impressghtly wounded. McLaws told me his report of Howell's Brigade in the fight at Crampton's gap would[7 more...]