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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
hing. Company d.--Killed: Corporal W. S Horner, Private Charles Quinn. Wounded: Private Henry Willows. Company E.--Wounded: Privates Wm. Garner, J B May, A P. Sparkman, W Yarborough. Company F.--Wounded: Privates James W. Lawless, Martin G Turner, William Thompson. Company G.--Killed: Private Richard Payton. Wounded: 1st Lieut John B Coleman, Serg't Peter Stewart, Privates D B McIvor, John Mutchlen, Thos Lowry. Company L--Killed: Private Thomas Cagon.--Wounded: PrivateLynch, Chas Law, J N Norwood, H J Norris. N A Rawis, J J Stoker. Co. K, (Mobile Rifles.)--Killed: Corp'l Wm. Lieut. Wounded: Sgt. Traylor, Corp'l McGuire, Privates Buford, Jones. Keeler, Closeby ), Moseby 69, Innerarity, Clark, Young. Hunter, Howard. Co. L. (Dixie Eagles.)--Killed: Privates J A Pipkins, W J Keener, G Hutson. Wounded: Lt Kennon, Sgt Martin; Privates C Delbridge, M W Dick, G Oliver, McKennon, Young, Patterson, Coggins, Greenwood. Missing: Privates Owens, Tillery.
A member of Stuart's Cavalry, who left the scene of operations on Thursday afternoon, informs us that the mass of the diminished army was then at Westover, on the north side of James river, some thirteen miles below City Point. McClellan's headquarters were at Berkeley. There were none of the enemy at Shirley. Our informant ascended a bluff, and saw twenty five Federal transports, and on Wednesday another gentleman counted 150, all beading up the river. The Jeff. Davis Legion (Col. Martin) took 150 prisoners on Wednesday evening, one man alone capturing 25. The latest. I was reported by a gentleman who came up last night, that about 100 vessels were near Berkeley, and that a large force of the Federals was gathered there. It was rumored last night that the Confederate gunboat Teazer, while on a reconnoissance down the river, was captured by one of the enemy's ships. The Teazer was originally a tugboat and carries two guns. Artillery Duel. An engagem