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The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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ing obtained more ammunition, our forces in their turn charged the enemy and drove them from the works in great disorder, taking a large number of prisoners. Johnson's, Crenshaw's, Purcell's, and the 1st and 3d companies of Richmond Howitzers, were in the fight. Two guns of the latter battery having been struck by the shot of the enemy, were taken from the field in a disabled condition. Johnson's Battery lost fourteen killed and wounded. Their names we did not ascertain. The number of wounded brought down by the first train last night was 180. Gen. Cobb was killed. Gen. Hood is also reported killed, but the rumor lacks confirmation. Ge F M Campbell, co C, 17th Miss; J T Hood, co E, 9th N C; M, Collier, co E, 7th N C, S Lambert, co K, 7th N C, H W Barns, co G, 5th Ala; R E Moody, co D, 53d Va; E Johnson, co D, 33d N C; Wa Grosan, co G, 16th Ga; G D Hilman, co D, 51st Ga; W D Soules, co E, 8th Fla; Lt J D Finley, co A, 18th Miss; Lt W Baskin, co K, 18th Miss; J H
The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], Fighting in Eastern North Carolina--Successful attack on the enemy — their advance from Newbern. (search)
Prison Items. --The following parties were lodged in Castle Thunder on Saturday: James Broderick, an escaped prisoner; Nicholas Martin, for disloyalty; John Bradley, Rodger's cavalry, desertion and stealing a horse; Miles Murray, do, for desertion; Chas Johnson, Hampton artillery, Holbrook Taylor, Co G, 25th Va bat'n, and Jacob Kell, Richmond Sharpshooters, for desertion; Corry West, Andrew Hogg, Washington Hogg, and John Smith, for execution of sentence of Court Martial; Henry Mitchell, Alexandria artillery, for desertion; John Williams, sent from Drewry's Bluff by Col. Page, for punishment; James Pearson, of the steamer James town, sent by the Hustings Court; Jas McMichael, 15th La., for desertion; eighteen men were received from Camp Holmes, N. C., to be returned to their regiments.
d for being concerned in the above affair, "in this, that he, the said Carter Tadlock, before the felony aforesaid was committed, did feloniously counsel, aid, and abet the said John W. Sartin and Gideon B. Thompson to do and commit the felony aforesaid;" when, for cause shown, the examination was continued, and Tadlock admitted to bail in $00 for his appearance. A nolle pros was entered by the Commonwealth's Attorney, with the advice of the Court, in the case of James G. Duffey and Chas Johnson, who stand charged with robbery. A capias was awarded against P. S. O'Curry, indicted for misdemeanor, to bring him into Court at the next term to answer said indictment. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case against Allies Ashleigh, indicted for keeping a disorderly house. Also, in the cases of Chas, Summers and Samuel Stanley, for misdemeanors. Wm. H. Drice was tried on information for misdemeanor, (assaulting Ann Shannon.) The jury found the prisoner guilty, and fine