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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
. Kean, Sr., Robert D. Knight, J. Benjamin Lambert, S. Taylor Martin, John T. McKenna, J. V. L. McCreary, Hodijah Meade, Jesse B. Minor, Robert W. Powers, Charles Poindexter, A. M. Richardson, Robert E. Richardson, R. W. Royall, Lem Sclater, Howard Saunders, Robert Stiles, W. H. Tatum, John C. Tatum, Charles L. Todd, John Todd, Richard C. Wortham, J. Peter Williams, Frederick H. Williams, Thomas B. Wyatt, Charles E. Wingo. Second Company Howitzers.—Lieutenant William L. Shephard, Lieutenant Wallace McRae, Lieutenant Lewis Booker, E. J. Bosher, Thomas Booker, T. Roberts Baker, Luther R. Barnes, H. Y. H. Barnes, Robert S. Bosher, George L. Christian, Samuel S. Carter, Charles T. Crane, Henry Crane, Alexander Duval, John S. Ellett, L. B. Franklin, James A. Grigg, Samuel Gouldin, George P. Hughes, Stephen B. Hughes, Frank D. Hill, S. Horace Hawes, Julian McCarthy, William H. McCarthy, Carlton McCarthy, Polk Miller, William J. Mann, Joseph E. Maxey, J. Blythe Moore, James G. Tinsley, Luc
The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], More of the raid — the division of Kilpatrick's command. (search)
not attack our artillery. Though Col. Dahlgren had laid down in his programme "Frederick Hall Station, 6 A. M., destroy artillery, 8 A. M., that portion of it was not carried out. He crossed at Ely's Ford, on the Rapidan, Sunday night, and on Monday morning, as he had projected reached Frederick Hall. The artillery there was in position to receive him. Among the prisoners, whom he captured a short distance from camp, were private Redd, of the 3d company Richmond Howitzers, and Sergeant Wallace McRae, of the 2d company.--From them he could obtain no information beyond the statement that Daniel's brigade was supporting the guns. He hesitated sometime, then determined to attack, and formed in line of battle, but changed his mind, and commenced moving off. Against consultation was had, and it was decided to attack a single gun on a hill near another line was formed, but the attack was again given up. He seemed very facilitating and timid. He started off with the few prisoners he h