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The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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2d Lieut Joseph Murphy, Michael R Dwyer, Archy McDonald. Wounded: Sergt James Barnwell, Corporal Michael Dwyer, Thomas Gleason, Michael Flannery, Jno J Sculler, Henry Heinmetz, Wm Powers, B O'C Coughlin, Pat Dorr, Jno Bearogan, Peter Keating, Jas Kelly, Tim McDermott, Michael J Murray, Edward Whitbread, Jno Fogarty, Martin Freeman, Jas Hanley, Thos Eagan, Wm Buckley Missing: Thos Medley Total killed, 4; wounded 20, and missing 1. Company F, Capt Snowden.--Killed: In skirmish of 23d, Henry Henry Clark, Edward Hoffman, J W Spencer. Total killed 3, wounded 6. Company G, Capt Willett.--Killed: Sergt John McDonald and Columbus W Read. Wounded: 1st Lieut W D Hendricks, 2d Lieut Mark O' Rorke, 1st Sergt Phillip H Raymond, Sergt J T Kelly, Samuel Kells, Samuel Brown, W C Lee, Wm Heneig, David H DeSilva. Total killed 2, wounded 9. Company H. (Shreveport Grays,) Lt Lamkin in command.--Wounded: Robt Johnson, A B Spell, J E Youngblood, L Loeb, R T Mansfield. Total wounded 5.
twelve bottles of champagne, valued at $250; twelve bottles of wine, worth $200; twelve bottles of Scotch whiskey, valued at $300; and one bag of coffee, worth $1,500, the property of said Pate, was next taken up. At the conclusion of the testimony in this case, Wynant was remanded to the Hustings Court for examination. The charge against Henry Temple, a negro, of cutting and wounding some man unknown, was again postponed for further testimony. John Ryan was charged with beating Jas Kelly, and stealing from him $200 in Confederate money and a gold ring valued at $50. Several witnesses were examined in this case, whose evidence was sufficiently convincing to induce the Mayor to send him on to the Hustings Court. A soldier named William C. Gay, who obtained lodgings in the watch house on Friday night last upon his own application, was ordered by the Mayor to proceed immediately to his regiment. William, slave of Henry Atkinson, was ordered to be whipped for having i