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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
homas L Smith, Private Wm J Downs, Private Juriah Menger, supposed to be mortally. Company G.--Killed: Private H Bobo and James McLure. Wounded severely: Capt George H Fulkerson, private John Teriot. Wounded slightly: Privates Wm Murray, Abe Hunter, and Sergt Dennis Collins. Company H.--Severely wounded: Serg't Baxter Summer, privates D O Summer, and Zach M Russell. Company I.--Killed: Private Martin Murray.--Wounded severely: Privates Martin Welsh, H Dallon, F Gillion, Thomas Dohn Lynch, Chas Law, J N Norwood, H J Norris. N A Rawis, J J Stoker. Co. K, (Mobile Rifles.)--Killed: Corp'l Wm. Lieut. Wounded: Sgt. Traylor, Corp'l McGuire, Privates Buford, Jones. Keeler, Closeby ), Moseby 69, Innerarity, Clark, Young. Hunter, Howard. Co. L. (Dixie Eagles.)--Killed: Privates J A Pipkins, W J Keener, G Hutson. Wounded: Lt Kennon, Sgt Martin; Privates C Delbridge, M W Dick, G Oliver, McKennon, Young, Patterson, Coggins, Greenwood. Missing: Privates Owens, Tillery
Operations near Charleston. Charleston, July 2. --The enemy exhibits activity on James's Island, and seems to have abandoned the intention of advancing across the Island, via Secessionville, and is landing troops higher up Stono river, as if with the view of flanking Fort Pemberton. The Yankees have a large force of contrabands throwing up works near Turn Cut Bridge, below Fort Pemberton. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, July 3.--The enemy last night evacuated their position on James's Island. On one of their works was left a board inscribed "Fare well. Secesh! we go, but we'll come again." There are many surmises as to the reason of this movement. Some think that the bulk of Hunter's forces have been ordered to Washington.