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The Daily Dispatch: August 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sick and wounded Confederate soldiers at Hagerstown and Williamsport. (search)
died July 17th. Private C. Leister, 31st Georgia regiment; wounded July 1st. Private William Watson, 61st Georgia regiment; wounded July 11th, died August 3d. Private J. D. Grey, 37th Virginia regiment; wounded July 3d; died August—. Sergeant T. J. Graves, 21st Georgia regiment; wounded July 2d, died July 22d. Sergeant George Hollowell, Alexandria artillery; wounded July 2d; died July 20th. Lieutenant J. E. Goolsby, 21st North Carolina regiment; wounded July 1st. Private Richard Kelly, 6th Louisiana regiment; wounded July 10th; died July 24th. Private J. Hinnant, 2d North Carolina regiment; wounded July 13th. Sergeant C. Belcher, 11th Georgia regiment; wounded July 10th. Private J. W. Cross, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th. Private George Waterston, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th; died August 9th. Private J. Myers, 6th Virginia cavalry; wounded July 6th. Private W. W. Davis, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th. Private Robert B
er, continued smoking and grinning, until one of the women, annoyed by the smoke and disagreeable odor of the cigar. complained of the nuisance to the driver, Richard Kelly. The latter immediately opened the door, and, stating the causes of the lady's complaint, mildly requested the negroes to leave the omnibus. One of the shadenot only reiterated his assertion about his rights, but also took the liberty of telling the driver that he might "be d — d." This last remark provoked the rage of Kelly, who, without further ado, entered the 'bas and collared the impertinent darkey. Not only collared him, but prepared to eject him from the vehicle, and, upon meethe row is a porter for M. O. Walker, on Dearborn street. After Hesing, the Sheriff, had reached the Court-House, he caused a warrant to be issued for the arrest of Kelly, the driver, but up to the present writing the latter has not been taken into custody. A more Vindictive war demanded. The Northern papers are getting tre