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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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n you've got in the wrong box," said the picket. "I am a Confederate soldier, and these are the Confederate lines.--You are my prisoner." Calling the officer of the guard, the man was delivered up, and the next day confessed his crime to Gen. Jackson, saying that his heart was not in the work, that he was an Englishman by birth, and started to desert to the enemy for the purpose of telling them all he knew. On the strength of this information, Jackson dispensed with the formalities of a CJackson dispensed with the formalities of a Court-Martial; and ordered the man out to be shot, which was done without ceremony. I saw another shot the day previous, convicted of being a spy. Such things, however, have become common in the army, and draw only such a crowd as may happen to be within hearing distance. The last information at hand corroborates all we have received from the Federal for the last ten days. They are concentrating troops heavily on our right and bringing forward their masses from the river. Probably their b
Henry Brimmer, arm, slight, Thomas Gunn, --. Company H.--Privates Charles New, killed, and buried on the field; -- Jackson, left leg broken. Company I--First Lieutenant Benjamin F Howard, wounded seriously; First Sergeant White, --; Cadeilliams — all slight. Company K--(Mobile Rifles.)--Killed: Coco Colburn, privates Baily, Campbell, Crowder, Garron, Jackson, McNulty, McDonald, Robinson, Roper, Swain, Secrell, Williams. wounded: Lieut Gardner, in leg; agt Duffle, severely; coMartin V Kirkland, J T Lingo, Thos Alman, Thos Trawick, John Lammons, Wm H Tiller, Jas A Hutto, F M Camron, J F Sims, Irvin Jackson, F M Armstrong J F Jackson, Reuben Harris, J L Windsor. J. N. Lightfoot, Captain Co. B, 6th Alabama. FouJackson, Reuben Harris, J L Windsor. J. N. Lightfoot, Captain Co. B, 6th Alabama. Fourth North Carolina regiment. The following is a summary of the casualties in the 4th North Carolina regiment: killed--Captains, 2; Lieutenants, 1; non-commissioned officers, 9; privates, 65. Wounded.--Captains, 3; Lieutenants, 10; non-commi