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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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d Burwell Mitchell. Company G. William T. Garrettes, J. W. Carter, R. S. Burch, T. M. George, A. W. Hundley, W. C. Wayne, and E. D. Munday. Company H. Privates A. E. Vaughan, G. W. Vaughan, N. Mason, E. Clagville, and J. R. Trader. Corporal Stilf fought through all the battles with a sick leave in his pocket. Company I. William T. Cowan, James Yates, R. Todd, and V. H. Fauntleroy. Company M. Sergeants Bullock and Morris; privates James W. Smith, R. O. Perry, McGary Burress, Blanton Humphreys, Johnson Newton, S. Rice, and Goodrich. Sergeant Robinson, company M, acted well. The aggregate loss is as follows: Killed, twenty-two; wounded, ninety-four; missing, three. I am, Captain, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, F. Mallory, Colonel, commanding Fifty-fifth Virginia. Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Barber. headquarters Thirty-Seventh regiment N. C. Troops, July 13, 1862. General: The Thirty-seventh regiment left its camp on the twenty-fifth June, pur
I am thoroughly of the opinion, had General McLaws arrived by half-past 8 o'clock A. M., our victory on the left would have been as thorough, quick, and complete, as upon the plains of Manassas on the thirtieth of August. During the engagement, Major Dingle, of the Hampton legion, gallantly bearing the colors of his regiment, Major Dale, First Texas, and Major Evans, Eleventh Mississippi, fell whilst leading their brave comrades against ten times their numbers. Colonel Stone, Lieutenant-Colonel Humphreys, and Major Blair, Second Mississippi, Lieutenant-Colonel Butler, Eleventh Mississippi, Captain Scruggs, Fourth Alabama, and Major Webb, Sixth North Carolina. also received severe wounds. Conspicuous were Colonels Law and Wofford, commanding brigades. Lieutenant-Colonel Gary, commanding Hampton legion; Lieutenant-Colonel P. A. Work, commanding First Texas; Lieutenant-Colonel B. F. Carter, commanding Fourth Texas; Captain Turner, commanding Fifth Texas, although not wounded, dese