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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 12 0 Browse Search
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a; D. L. Ambrose, First Lieutenant, Twenty-Fifth Georgia; Samuel G. Bowman, First Lieutenant, Fourth Tennessee; William H. Davis, First Lieutenant, Fifth Georgia cavalry; R. L. Mitchell, Lieutenant, Fourth Kentucky mounted infantry; Alexander Hasset, Lieutenant, First Georgia Reserves; J. D. Cercopely, Navy Captain, steamer Ida; John Harrison, Mate, steamer Ida; Andrew Ambrose, Pilot, steamer Ida; Thomas Swygover, First Engineer, steamer Ida; Peter C. Brown, Second Engineer, steamer Ida; L. A. McCarthy, Assistant Engineer, steamer Ida; J. J. Smith, Paymaster's Clerk, steamer Resolute; W. D. Oliveria, Pilot Commanding, steamer Resolute; A. A. E. W. Barclay, First Assistant Engineer, steamer Resolute; C. B. Thompson, First Assistant Engineer, steamer Resolute, J. S. Tipton, Assistant Surgeon, navy, steamer Resolute; Francis Marshchalk, Master's Mate, steamer Resolute; John W. McGrath, Second Assistant Engineer, ram Savannah. Total commissioned, 30 ; privates, 135; deserters from army, 1
e Chorseul, in the breast. Eighth Louisiana, Captain Le Crandell, slightly. Sixth Louisiana, Lieutenant James O. Martin, slightly; Lieutenant Farrar, slightly. Seventh Louisiana, Lieutenant Pendergast; Lieutenant W. C. Divin, known to be wounded and still missing; Lieutenant J. M. Brooks. Eighth Louisiana, Lieutenant Randolph, severely; Lieutenant L. P. Wren, severely and missing; Lieutenant R. Montgomery, slightly. Wheat's battalion, Lieutenant John Coyle; Lieutenant F. H. Ripley; Lieutenant McCarthy; Adjutant B. Putnam, severely; Lieutenant E. H. Cockroft, severely. Twenty-nine non-commissioned officers and privates killed, two hundred and forty wounded, and nine missing. Recapitulation for the two actions of the eighth and ninth instant. Officers, four killed; seventeen wounded. Non-commissioned officers and privates, thirty killed; two hundred and forty-seven wounded. Missing, nine privates. Entire loss of the brigade in killed, wounded, and missing, three hundred and s
l Griffith--both of whom were ordered to remain with him. It is proper for me to say that twice during the battle Captain McCarthy's battery engaged the enemy, and that both he and his command behaved with coolness and courage worthy of the cause.e utmost coolness and gallantry, as did his officers and men. Lane's battery was also under fire in this action, as also McCarthy's battery, but did not have an opportunity of engaging the enemy, as the ground, and the position of our troops, did notspicuous part, though most of it was under a severe artillery fire during the entire action. The batteries engaged were McCarthy's howitzer battery, and also some of Hart's battery and the Washington artillery, of Charleston. The batteries were well served, and did good execution. One of McCarthy's pieces was struck twice. The enemy, having selected their ground, had lined their position with artillery, having some forty pieces in position. Our artillery had to be brought up in a narrow lan