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ounded, R. C. Palmer, head, not severe; Geo. Kent, same; James M. Taylor, right shoulder, slight; Wm. Kirchner, injured by dirt thrown from breast-works by a cannon-ball, slightly. Company G.--Wounded, Christ Christopheson, struck by a spent ball, not severe. Company H.--Wounded, A. J. Price, right thigh, not severe; J. B. Flaniken, same. Company I.--Wounded, Theoph. Eaton, thumb shot off; Patrick McManus, not severe; Thomas Wilson, thigh shattered. Company K.--Wounded, Corporal William Mathews, thigh, slight; John H. Johnson, hand, slight. Very respectfully, Your obedient servant. J. J. Woods, Colonel Twelfth Iowa Infantry. Colonel Bausenwein's report. headquarters Fifty-Eighth Reg. O. V. I., Fort Donelson, February 18. C. P. Buckingham, Adjutant-General of Ohio: dear sir: The Fifty-eighth Ohio regiment was the first regiment on the enemy's battery; the flags presented by the ladies of Columbus the first planted on the battery; the band the first playi
the horses waded and floundered, the mire was deep, and night had set in, but on went the little band, until the cavalcade emerged on the battle-ground of Bull Run. The tired horses, shivering and trembling, were picketed to the fences, and by the flaring candles, for no lanterns were to be obtained, the search was commenced for Capt. Tower at eight o'clock in the evening. Mr. Clark, by looking from a window in the house where he lay wounded on the day of the battle, and now occupied by Mr. Mathews, pointed out the spot where the Captain was interred. The ground was wet and marshy, and as often as a spadeful of earth was thrown from the grave the water would trickle in. The work was therefore reluctantly deferred until the morrow, and the party, tired and mournful, clustered in the little white hospital-building in which our wounded men were carried on the twenty-first of July. All wrapped themselves in their blankets, and, with saddles for pillows, sought repose on the hard
de, and 17 missed. * * * No material damage. One shot penetrated scarp-wall, opening daylight into magazine in southeast pan-coupe Negroes worked all day repairing previous damage, and strengthening west magazine. * * * Garrison worked all day. Casemates on east face filled with sand-bags. Lieutenant John Johnson, Engineer officer, was relieved from duty at this post on account of aggravated condition of wound, and Lieutenant Hall, Engineer officer, reported for duty in his stead. Mr. William Mathews was also sent down to assist the latter. Mr. Fraser Mathews came last night for the purpose of taking off guns from berme, but in consequence of roughness of water was unable to do any work. Alfred Rhett, Col. Comdg. Headquarters, Department S. C., Ga., and Fla., Charleston, S. C., Sept. 3d, 1863. Brig.-Genl. R. S. Ripley, Comdg. First Mil. Dist., S. C., Charleston, S. C.: General,—The 32-pounder rifle-gun, brought from Fort Sumter several days ago, the Commanding General wishe
freely in the navy, with their consent rating them as boys, at $9, or $10, per month, and one nation. Let a monthly return be made of the number of this of persons employed on vessel u your command. I am, respectfully your ob't er 't G son Weller. Release of Confederate prisoners. The following named persons were released from military custody, by military, authority, from the old Capital prison, at Washington, last week, after taking the oath of allegiance: William Mathews, Loudoun county, Va. Edward H. Wyvill, Prince George's county, Md.; Edward Matzine Switzerland; John M. S. Ireland Wm. F. Luckett, Loudoun county, Va; John R. Goodwin, Stafford County. Va; Anthony McGee, Fairfax county, Va.; John A. Alther, Page county, Va.; Francis M. Shank, Page county, Va.; Thomas W. Paynter, Jefferson county, Va.; After I E. Lay, Franklin parish, La., James Wynklar, Jefferson county, Va.; James Frazier Stafford county, Va.; James L. er, Stat ford county, Va.; Fred