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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: may 6, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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any E.--Capt. Timothy O'Meara, commanding. Killed--Private Daniel Graham, 1. Wounded--Sergeant Henry Van Voast, 1. Missing--Capt. Timothy O'Meara; First Lieut. James Gillis; Sergeants: James McConvine, Thomas Dobbins, Patrick Lynch; Corporals: Edward McNally, James Kane, John C. Joyce, Michael Brennan, Michael Cunningham, Michael Collins, Francis Crilley, Charles Dillman, William Dunham, Jeremiah Geavin, Francis Kiernan, Patrick McMarrow, Michael McDonough, Owen McLaughlin, Thomas Murphy, Owen McCabe, Dennis C. O'Neil, Wm. O'Mahoney, James Quin, Louis Louvey, Edw'd Teaffle--27. Sergeant Van Voast, reported as having been wounded, is also known to have been taken prisoner. Too much praise cannot be awarded to Capt. O'Meara and those under his command. They fought with undaunted bravery and great efficiency, and when vanquished at last, Capt O'Meara swam to the island, and implored Col. Hinks, then in command there, for the use of a boat to rescue his brave men from the hands of the e
Gas Works Guard. --It was proposed a short time since to form the operatives employed in the City Gas Works in to an efficient military company, and furnish them with arms for the defence of the city property. The plan has been carried into effect, the men presenting themselves promptly for enrollment and evincing the most praiseworthy spirit in combining their energies to resist the invader. The following officers have been chosen: John J. Fry, Capt.; Ivory P. Hodgden, First Lieutenant; Owen McCabe, Second Lieutenant. A majority of the officers have seen service on the tented field, and are therefore not wanting in that experience which gives assurance of accomplishing the end in view. On Friday last the company was attached to the 179th Regiment. It numbers sixty-six men, all strong, able-bodied fellows, who would prove about as ugly customers to handle as Lincoln's minions could desire to come across.