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The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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s. Killed.--Lieut. E. F. Glove and A. J. Millian. Seriously Wounded.--T. T. Brown, T. J. Brimer, J. N. Fanner, Lieut. J. W. Honston, F. S. Jackson, T. S. Mitchell, D. H. Philpot, J. Pittman, and C. L. Sugart. Mortally Wounded.--F. M. Bartow. Slightly Wounded.--O. C. Britton, G. W. Featherstone, and W. E. Pollard. Roswell Guards. Killed.--Thomas Kirk, James Paddon, and B. Smith. Seriously Wounded.--Captain T. E. King, Lieut. C. A. Dunwoody, Serg't Gozzett, N. M. Jackson, and D. H. Baxley. Slightly Wounded.--Wm. Wallace, John Simmons, Joseph Simmons, Wm. Price, Jas. Hunter, John Hunter, H. N. Roberts, J. Hine, J. P. Stephens, S. Mitchell, Lieut. H. T. Bishop and Lieut. J. L. Wing. Cable Mountaineers. Killed.--None. Mortally Wounded.--J. N. Daniel, D. B. Parks. Slightly Wounded.--J. W. J. Kirbs, J. T. Daniel, J. P. Bryant, W. J. Simpson, W. A. Johnson, H. S. Collins, and P. J. Mullins. Davis Infantry.--from Atlanta. Killed
rymen had seven shots in him before he left his gun. He finally fell down, rolled towards a stable, and never got up again. Among the prisoners in a company of South Branch Riflemen from Hardy county. The writer saw Colonel Heck, of Morgantown, who is also a prisoner, who told him that Charles W. Russell laid behind the first barricade with a musket in his hands, but the day before the action took place he left and went towards Richmond. Captain William Thompson was at Laurel, in Colonel Jackson's Regiment. Heck says he felt three weeks ago that he was on the wrong side. --Many persons from the rebel army are giving themselves up, and the hills were full of them. They are scattered all over the country. Ex-Lieutenant Governor William L. Jackson, of Parkershurg, in the Rebel army, was killed at Cheat Mountain Pass. A gentleman who arrived yesterday from Beverly states that a young lawyer from Morgantown, named Lowry Wilson, was among the killed of the Rebel forces at