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The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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n 2d company, none killed; Crane, H. Barnes, and L. R. Barnes wounded. In 3d company, none killed; Wickham and Anderson wounded." 1st Louisiana Regiment.--In the battle of Chancellorsville this noble regiment was commanded by Gen. Nichols, who received a severe wound in the left foot, necessitating its amputation; Major Nelligan was wounded in the left thigh; Capt Cummings in the head; Lieut Gill in the stomach. Lieut Kernan was killed. Capt. W. W. Parker's Artillery.--The first section of this battery was placed on the plank road, where two or three men were wounded, but no lives lost. The second section, Lt. J. T. Brown commanding, was placed on Marye's Heights, and was captured on Sunday, along with Serg'ts Duffee and Cogbill, and privates D. A Brown, je, Curlby, McGid, and Shorter. Privates Hancock and Lockwick, Buck Jones, and Dock Howard, were slightly wounded on the Heights, but escaped. No lives were lost there. Seven horses were killed in the second section.