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The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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of the islands in James river, above and below the falls. were submerged. The low grounds on the Manchester side were all under water. The dock and James river were thrown into one. Cary street and Dock street, between 20th and 15th streets, were rendered unfit for navigation by dry-land craft. The Confederate machine shop, (late Talbott's,) had three or four feet of water in the lower work shop. The water came nearly to Main street on 17th, between Main and Cary, and the inhabitants of Hughes ow had to adjourn to the upper stories of their dwellings. On Franklin street the water was in and around Garlick's drug store and up to market arch, and filled Franklin street at that point so as to render it nearly impassable. All the flat between Franklin street and Broad was one expanse of water. There was two feet in the cook room (lower story) of Libby's building, used as a C. S. Military Prison. A house near the draw bridge on 17th street, used for stowing lime, caught fire. Seve
A, Capt G L Strait — Killed: Sg't W E Lewis; privates B S Backstrom, William Moore, Samuel Miller, W L McFadden. T S Reid, and J M Fry. Wounded severely: Privates D S Dickey, (and missing,) J T Thomas, Wm Richens, Joshua Ritchens, J P Nati, W C Reid, G Amy (Brown, Perry Ferguson, J H Gaston, John Dunlop, B J Massey, L H Dye, Jno McCarthy, and J P Gaston. Wounded slightly: Sg't J O Ferguson; privates Thomas Peden, L J McGarity, D J Mytle, J D Williamson, A P Neely, J J Nichola, A Hecklin, Wm Hughes, R N Blanks, W N Elder, Lieut J C McFadden, Sg't J N Whitesides, private F Begham, Missing: Private John McGarity. Total, killed, wounded and missing, . Company B, Capt John White--Killed: Private W S F McFadden. Wounded severely: Sg't J P Miller, privates J M Caskie, W O Glover, H Johnston, B Merritt, and J S Nivens. Wounded slightly: Capt J M White, Jr 2d Lieut T M Wylis; privates B F Baker, Jas Epps, P Hargot, H Merritt, and W C Perry. Total, killed and wounded, 14. Comp