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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 2 Browse Search
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y the falling of the staging while getting a six-pound gun off of one of the boats. Mr. H. P. Woodlock, Gen. Pillow's orderly, had two horses shot under him. Captain Jackson, of the artillery, acting aid to General Pillow, was shot through the thigh and the spine injured. Captain J. H. Morgan and Captain R. W. Pittman, of Somer gallant Armstrong was killed, there were eleven dead bodies. At the time of his death, he had a cap upon his sword waving it, rallying his men. My friend Captain Billy Jackson was shot in the hip while leading a portion of Russell's brigade. I think he will recover. I am afraid Jimmy Walker (James' son) will not recover. I think he is shot through the rectum. The day before the battle, Jackson, Major Butler, of the Eleventh Louisiana regiment, Wilson, of Watson's battery, Lieut. Ball, of same regiment, and Major Gus. Henry, and myself dined at Gen. Pillow's. Butler was shot through and died yesterday. Lieut. Ball was dangerously injured, and Henry h
y the falling of the staging while getting a six-pound gun off of one of the boats. Mr. H. P. Woodlock, Gen. Pillow's orderly, had two horses shot under him. Captain Jackson, of the artillery, acting aid to General Pillow, was shot through the thigh and the spine injured. Captain J. H. Morgan and Captain R. W. Pittman, of Somer gallant Armstrong was killed, there were eleven dead bodies. At the time of his death, he had a cap upon his sword waving it, rallying his men. My friend Captain Billy Jackson was shot in the hip while leading a portion of Russell's brigade. I think he will recover. I am afraid Jimmy Walker (James' son) will not recover. I think he is shot through the rectum. The day before the battle, Jackson, Major Butler, of the Eleventh Louisiana regiment, Wilson, of Watson's battery, Lieut. Ball, of same regiment, and Major Gus. Henry, and myself dined at Gen. Pillow's. Butler was shot through and died yesterday. Lieut. Ball was dangerously injured, and Henry h