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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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nded in this action. The Nebraska regiment had but three killed and seven wounded. The enemy poured volley after volley upon us, but fortunately aimed too high to do much execution. The Nebraska regiment being the only one engaged at this time, I was with it during the action, and am pleased to be able to say that every officer and soldier behaved very gallantly throughout. I cannot omit to speak, in high terms, of the soldierly bearing and efficient conduct of Lieut.-Col. McCord and Major Livingston, during the engagement. Col. Wood and his regiment were also exposed to the full fire of the enemy, and their position was rendered the more trying as I had directed them. not to fire until ordered forward for that purpose, if the emergency should arise, which, however, was not necessary. In the afternoon, Col. Lynch was sent forward with his regiment, to the assistance of our forces who were engaged on the right, where Gen. Wallace, with a part of his division, had encountered t
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 82.-fight in Hampton roads, Va., March 8th and 9th, 1862. (search)
nd abdomen. John Gardner, Quartermaster, New-York City, hospital at Fort Monroe; contusion of right thigh. Alexander McFadden, Mate, Philadelphia, hospital at Fort Monroe; lacerated wound of left fore-arm. John B. Cavenaugh, Whitehall, N. Y., hospital at Fort Monroe; slight wound over the left temple. John Bart, Ireland, hospital at Fort Monroe; contusion and abrasion of back. J. V. Russell, Philadelphia, hospital at Fort Monroe; exhaustion — a long time in the water. Lochlin Livingston, Boston, Mass., hospital at Fort Monroe; intermittent fever. James Benson, Detroit, Mich., hospital at Fort Monroe; rheumatism. M. Stuyvesant, Master, Cincinnati, O., hospital at Fort Monroe; slight penetration-wound on left forearm from splinter. Respectfully your obedient servants, Chas. Martin, United States Navy. Wm. Radford, Commander United States Navy. Lieutenant Morris's report. Newport News, Va., March 9, 1862. sir: Yesterday morning, at nine A. M., I di