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The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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n, M A McCaskle. Company B, Capt Thos C Beckham.--Killed; None Wounded: Capt S C Beckham, O S W H Ragadale; privates J W McCully, W D Watsor, T M Lemone, F M Lemone, T J Stevenson, J S Ross. Company C. Lieut W T Norris commanding.--Killed: Sergt W Wilburn. Wounded: Privates J A Little john, Drury Scruggs, R H Smith, A C Lindsey. Missing: Privates J D McVeigh, and Jas Capos. Company D. Capt J T Douglass.--Killed: Corp Gen Dukes; privates F M Cator, John Bishop, H Barnett, Thos Johnston. Wounded: Capt J T Douglass, Lt J C Gross, Serg'ts J S Davis and Wm Graham, Corp'l E. D. Fry and James Johnston, privates F Comer, Wylie Easters, A J Cline, J B Gorel, J P Jeter, Jas Jenkins, G J Lee, J McJunkin, J A S Oxner, D Pressly, J L Turner. Company E, Lieut Saunders commanding.--Killed: Privates T C Crocker, James Saunders. Wounded: Lieuts J D McConnel and Wm Crosby, Sergt J T McKnight, Corporals M S Lindsey and F H Mullinux, privates W A Allen, J T Burris, W Brown, J A Br
The Vicksburg affair. --The paroled prisoners from Vicksburg are rapidly arriving at Jackson, Miss. The Mississippian, of the 7th inst, says: The programme of Gen. Grant, as we learn from the same source, will be to leave a heavy garrison at Vicksburg, and take the remainder of his Army North. In that case time will be given for Gen. Johnston to make his defence of the State of Mississippi successful. It is difficult to state what advantage the enemy has attained in the capture of Vicksburg. There are so many important circumstances connected with it — such a complex network of positions — that it is hard to realize whether it will ultimately prove disastrous or not. Beyond all cavil, if the full benefits of the capture accrue to the enemy, the blow to us has been most heavy. The simple capture of 17,000 of our troops does not materially injure us, as they will soon be exchanged, but the moral effect produced by the taking of our Southern stronghold is greatl
-No change in the situation of affairs since yesterday. Lieut. General Pemberton and staff arrived here last night. An officer who came with them says that they met an escort accompanying the body of Gen. Osterhans to Vicksburg. They stated that Gen. Osterhans was killed by a cannon ball, on the 12th inst. Heavy skirmishing still continues. Several houses were demolished yesterday by the enemy's shells. [fifth Dispatch.] Jackson, July 14th, (via Mobile, 15th,) --Gen. Johnston sent a flag of truce to-day to Gen. Grant, asking permission to bury the Yankee dead in front of our works. General Grant asked permission to send assistance, in order that the dead might be recognized, which was refused. The terms originally proposed were then agreed to. Our troops have been engaged all the afternoon burying the dead Yankees. The exact number is not yet ascertained. The Yankee officer in charge of the flag admits a loss of four to five hundred. Among their