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The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Hospital supplies for the Army of the Northwest. (search)
rals lost Captain Gratz, killed; Gen. Sweeney, wounded in the leg; Colonel Mitchell, seriously; Major Shepherd, slightly; Capt. Plummer, (regular,) seriously; Captain Miller, Captain Cavender, Captain Burk, Col. Dietzeer, Captain McFarland, seriously wounded, and five Lieutenants killed. Price was not killed. It was rumod many appropriate resolutions, and came to the conclusion that it was Farrington or myself, or both of us, who had none it. One of the pious savages said to me, "Miller, what did you cut that flag down for?" I told him I could, with the same propriety, ask him the same question. After they had made all necessary arrangements, thrivilege of expressing my political feelings, and then I shall be placed on at least an equality with the African. I am, dear sir, very respectfully yours, Cornelius Miller. Washington to be cut off. The New York Tribune, of Sunday, publishes the following startling item from Washington, under the heading of "Washingto
General Johnston to open fire again, which was now, after having obtained the range like target-practice, so exactly did each shot do its work. The enemy, by thousands, in the greatest disorder, at a double-quick, received our fire and the fire of the Parrot gun of the battery alongside, dealing terrible destruction at every discharge. Thus ended the battle of the 21st, the last gun having been fired from one of the rifles of my battery. The guns of this battery, under command of Captain Miller, with General Jones' brigade, and Lieutenant Garnett, with General Longstreet's brigade, were not engaged at their respective points, although under fire a portion of the day. The howitzer battery, under Lieutenant- Commanding Rosser, with General Ewell's brigade, was on the march from 2 o'clock p. m. in the direction of Fairfax Court-House, and returning by way of Union Mills Ford, arrived with the reserve at my position, unfortunately too late to take part in the engagement, notwithsta