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The Daily Dispatch: September 8, 1862., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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a spirited attack upon the front and right of our columns, with a view of apparently covering the withdrawal of his trains on the Centreville road, and masking his retreat. Our position was maintained with but slight loss on both sides. Major General Kearney was left by the enemy dead on the field. During the night the enemy fell back to Fairfax C. H., and abandoned his position at Centreville. Yesterday about noon he evacuated Fairfax C. H.; taking the roads as reported to me to Alexandriaands. We have no particulars of the casualties on either side, but it is stated that the Yankee dead covered the field of battle, and numbers of the frightened wretches slaughtered in their flight. Among their killed were Gens. Stearns and Kearney. We had no officer of note killed or wounded. This column of our army continued to advance, and on Tuesday evening occupied Munson's, Mason's, and the adjoining hills, within full view of the Yankee capital, and only about five miles from
was blown off by a cannon ball;) Col. Brown, 28th Indiana; Col. Coulter, 73d Pennsylvania; Capt. Read, of 12th Artillery; and Capt. Weed, 5th Artillery. Among the wounded were Gen. Tower, leg shot off; Gen. Schenck, wrist fractured badly; Gen. Kearney. very badly wounded; Col. Fletcher Webster, of Mass., very badly; Col. Thomas, 22nd New York, desperately through head and lungs; Gen. Sigel, in the hand; Col. Hays, of 65th Pennsylvania; Col. Soest, 29th New York, very badly; Lieut. Wharton,as attacked by about 4,000 rebels yesterday. Our troops behaved well, driving the enemy, whose loss was over 100. Our loss was 25 men killed and wounded, Col. Hogg being one of the number."A dispatch from Gen. Grant, The report that Gen. Kearney was wounded in the recent battles is contradicted. A dispatch from Memphis reports the capture of a rebel train of cars from Grenada, and the occupation of Hernando, Miss., by the Federal. Chas. J Ingersoll, recently arrested for sen
Brockway, 1st Pa Art; H E Tr. Maine, A A A G, Sickles's Brigade; E P Berry, Q M 5th N J; C D McLean, 1st U S Sharpshooters; M M Jones, 2d N Y Art; H O Hooker, do; A G Heffron, 79th N Y; R P Bi by, Adj't 6th N H; Geo Wehn, 12th Pa Cav; Abram Lang, 12th Pa Cav; 2d Lieuts John Stepper, 1st Mich; A E Chester, 1st Ohio Cav; Chas J McClure, 11th Ohio; F Pendergrast, 38th N Y; L B Sampson, 84th Pa; Warren Cox, 3d Me; Thos Murley, 12th Pa Cav; Dellass Chase, 12th Pa Cav; J C Briscoe, engineer on Geo Kearney's staff; M Koneysbig, 12th Pa Cav; A J Huntzinger, 2d Md; M B Owen, 57 Pa; S Johnson, 38th N Y; Chas T Dwight, A D C Gen Sickles; Lewis Fisher, 74 Pa; Jno Judge, 87th N Y; D O Beckwith, 87th N Y; C D Fenton, 97 Ny; E G Downing, Adj't 97th Ny; Chas. Zimmerman, 12th Pa Cav; C Kollinsky 2d N Y art; H C Jackson, 48th Pa. Besides the above, there were about 57 members of the 1st, 2d, and 3d Va. regiments, (Pierpont's satellites,) mostly with very outlandish names, for persons claiming to be Vi