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The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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llip H Raymond, Sergt J T Kelly, Samuel Kells, Samuel Brown, W C Lee, Wm Heneig, David H DeSilva. Total killed 2, wounded 9. Company H. (Shreveport Grays,) Lt Lamkin in command.--Wounded: Robt Johnson, A B Spell, J E Youngblood, L Loeb, R T Mansfield. Total wounded 5. Company I, Lt Trott in command.--Killed: Lt Geo L Trott and Jno Bain. Wounded: Capt Chas E Cormler, 1st Lt Jos Taylor, Jacob Euredorf, Geo Almindinger, Avery Breed, Nat Burns, Henry Coleman, Wm Hunter, J T Lorains, Robt Jackson, Wm Tripple. Missing: Robt Garroway and James M Grant. Total killed 2, wounded 12, missing 2. Company K, Capt Wm L Randall.--Killed: Pat Moran and Thos Reardon. Wounded: Capt Wm L Randall, Lt Jas Malloy, Corp Jeremiah Keller, A Crowmeller, Jno Doan, Phillip Georges, Wm O' Callaghan, Chas Thiell, Geo Zugger. Missing: Samuel J Block. Total killed 2, wounded 9, missing 1. Recapitulation--Total number of officers and men engaged, 358 Casualties: Killed 20, wounded 120, missing 5
The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1862., [Electronic resource], Insurrection Among the Mormons in Utah. (search)
kee prisoner. We cannot tell certainly where Frement's and Shield's forces have gone; but the most prevalent supposition is that they have gone to Eastern Virginia. At all events, they have either gone east or fallen back to Winchester. Where Jackson is we need not state; suffice it to say, that he is in the right place, and will see Messrs. Fremont, Shields & Co. whenever these redoubtable champions desire it. It is thought that neither Fremont nor Shields is specially desirous to see Jacksand will see Messrs. Fremont, Shields & Co. whenever these redoubtable champions desire it. It is thought that neither Fremont nor Shields is specially desirous to see Jackson, as no advantage arises to them from meeting him. They came rushing up the Valley, flushed with the most extravagant expectations of catching and crushing him; but they met him at Port Republic, and after an interesting interview with him they both slunk back like whipped spaniels, and haven't desired to see him since.
pt Wm Stewart, 11th Penn; 2d Lieut Jno Kuhn, 11th Penn; Capt E R Brady, 11th Penn; 1st Lieut J B George, 11th Penn; 2d Lieut Cyrus Butler, 11th Penn; 2d Lieut W F Jackson, 11th Penn; Capt Chas J Whiting, 5th U S Cavalry; Capt E M Anderson, 4th N J; Col J H Simpkins, Lieut-Col W B Hatch, and Adjt J S Studdiford, 4th N J; Col Thos F Gallagher, Lieut-Col L M Jackson, and Surgeon J S De Bonneville, 11th Penn; 1st Lieut Jno P Crane. 22d Mass; Assistant Surgeon J W S Norris, U S A; 1st Lieut W H Eldridge, 4th N J; Capt E G Lant, 7th Pa; Lt Col Geo Variny, 2d Me; Capt L Emmerson, 2d Me, Capt Jas P Duff, 7th Pa; J P Prince, Surgeon, 22d Mass; 1st Lt E M Cooly, 13th N Y; Lt Col S M Jackson, 11th Pa; Adj Robt A McCoy, 11th Pa; 1st Lt D R Coder, 2d Lt R M Burkeman, 11th Pa; 2d Lt F W Shroeder, 4th N J; 1st Lt E Wright, 4th N J; 2d Lt H H Callen, 2d N J; Maj E S Gilbert, 25th N; J; 1st Lt Thos Bishop, 25th N Y; Lt E Eichelberger, 8th Pa; Major Henry Chitz, 12th U S Infantry Regulars; Capt P W St