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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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eph B. McClain, dangerously. 3,Private Henry C. Duly, slightly. 4,Private Benjamin W. Roberts, slightly. 5,Private Charles Burman, Jr., slightly. Co. B. 6,Corporal Elisha Eudaly, slightly. 7,Private Delany R. Shipley, slightly. 8,Private Washington Hunter, slightly. Co. C. 9,Capt. Jesse E. Hamill, slightly. 10,Second Lieut. Henry McMullen, slightly. 11,Sergt. Isaac Temple, severely. 12,Private Frank Brown, severely. 13,Private Baily Johnson, slightly. 14,Private Orlando Bridewell,rents and kindred. It will be your claim to a place in the affections of your countrymen, and upon a blazoned page of history. By order of Brig.-Gen. Mcclernand, Commanding. A. Schwartz, Captain and Acting Chief of Staff. Gen. Halleck to Gen. Hunter. headquarters Department of Missouri, St. Louis, February 19. Major-General D. Hunter, commanding Department of Kansas, at Fort Leavenworth: To you, more than any other man out of this department, are we indebted for our success at For