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The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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, abdomen; H F Neal, both thighs and left on field; J H Harris, hand; W M Wolfe, thigh; J W Lanson, face Missing — T B Richardson Will Berry Co. E, commanded by Capt T S. Gibson 41 men in action Killed Lieut J C Willis, John R Kirk James Jones Wounded Capt Gibson, J W Orr, slightly Missing — D Hale and R N Ely. Co F., commanded by Lt. T S. Hagy--53 men in action Killed — None Wounded--Lt. Hagy, mortally, and left on the field, Serg't Andrew Kelly ankle; Seand John T. Smith. Company C--Captain Buford commanding. Killed — Privates W E Dooley and W H Vest. Wounded--Capt Buford, and private. Ben D Crouch, Thomas A. Williams John A Vest. Missing--Sergeant Robert Williams and Color corporal Wm S Jones. Company D--Capt. Reweigh commanding Killed--Private Jas Field. Wounded--Sergeant Foster, Corporal Lower, and privates John M Dowdy and Thos Wilson. Company E--Captain Dyerre commanding Killed — none. Wounded — Sergeant J E Evans
The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1862., [Electronic resource], House of Representatives. Monday, April 7, 1862. (search)
d our country. And now, as they have in the dread hour of sanguinary conflict laid down their and thus borne the highest evidences of devotion to their country. I hope this House will unanimously adopt the revolutions, and pay that high mark of respect to those gallant soldiers who fell in defence of their country. After the conclusion of Mr. Moore's remarks the resolutions were adopted unanimously. They were immediately reported to the Senate, but that body having adjourned, Mr. Jones moved for a reconsideration of the vote by which they were adopted, with a view to passing resolutions expressive of the sorrow of this House at the intelligence of the loss of one of our distinguished chieftains. Mr. Barksdale, of Miss., obtained the floor, and alluded in a most beautiful and touching manner to the services of the gallant and lamented Johnston, and concluded his appropriate remarks by reading the following letter from Gen. Johnston, which he stated was perhaps the la