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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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, --. Company G.--Lieutenant Shell, wounded, seriously; First Sergeant Ball, in foot; Fourth Sergeant Robert Tyree, killed, and brought off; Privates Charles Taliaferro, do; M Mahone, buried on the field; R D Jordan, wounded in thigh; Henry Brimmer, arm, slight, Thomas Gunn, --. Company H.--Privates Charles New, killed, and buried on the field; -- Jackson, left leg broken. Company I--First Lieutenant Benjamin F Howard, wounded seriously; First Sergeant White, --; Cadet-Lieutenant Tom Mercer, seriously; Privates -- Burgess, killed, and buried on the field; Robert Tabb, brought off. Total killed9 Total wounded21 Total killed and wounded30 Commissioned officers wounded, 8; non commissioned officers and privates, 18. This regiment was ordered by General Kemper to charge, with the rest of the First Brigade, through the enemy's camp, undergoing a galling fire whilst doing so, without being able to fire a shot. Nine men fell dead in the charge. T