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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 7 1 Browse Search
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. The woods swarmed with rebels, and the firing was terrific. I have since learned that over two thousand Texas troops were here drawn up in line of battle. Capt. Miller led our advance, and was immediately followed by First Lieut. Chesebro, both of whose companies were deployed as skirmishers. These companies began the fight.an almost say heroically, it is, perhaps, invidious to particularize; and yet I may be pardoned for calling attention to the gallant conduct of Col. Harris and Capt. Miller, of the Eleventh Wisconsin Major Clendenning, of the First Indiana cavalry, and Captain L. H. Potter, of the Thirty-third Illinois. Surgeon H. P. Strong was ontailed for this enterprise the following force: Colonel Harris, of the Eleventh Wisconsin, with parts of four companies of his regiment, namely, company D, Captain Jesse Miller; company F, Lieutenant Chesebro; company H, Captain Christie; company G, Captain Partridge; and also parts of four companies of the Thirty-third Illinois,
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 83.-skirmish at Baton Rouge, La. (search)
d and wounded. The property has been disposed of by Capt. McGee. We had, on reaching camp, marched ninety-six miles, neither man nor horse having had a morsel of food for thirty-two hours of the time, and the men, with the exception of three hours of that time, were constantly in the saddle. Capt. McGee deserves the greatest praise for the timely aid rendered when we were attacked first by the enemy, and also for his coolness during the time we were under fire at night, and for his efforts in allaying the panic which for a moment prevailed among some of his men at that time. Too much credit cannot be given Sergeants Marshall and Parsons, private Miller, and Sergeant Brown for their courage and brave conduct in receiving the two volleys in the camp of the enemy, and their subsequent conduct that night. Trusting that my action in the premises may meet your approbation, I am, with respect, your obedient servant, John A. Keith, Lieutenant-Colonel Twenty-first Indiana Volunteers.
ht, Capt.; Si J. Latham, 1st Lieut.; Stephen W. Morrist, Samuel H. Hyman, 2d Lieuts. C, (of Anson)--Edward R. Liles, Captain; Wm. W. Parker, First Lieutenant; Charles B. Lindsay, Stephen Crump, Second Lieutenants. D, (of Wake)--Andrew Betts, Captain; entin Utley, First Lieutenant; Thomas S. Wray, Anderson Betts, Second Lieutenants. E, (of Wake)--Langdon C. Manly, Captain; Henry B. Jordan, First Lieutenant; Ruffin L. Bryant, Joseph W. Holden, Adjutant, Lieutenants. F, (of--)--Jesse Miller, Captain; John H. ughes, First Lieutenant; Samuel P. Colonel Second Lieutenant. G, (of Hertford)--Julian Picot, Captain; ac Pipkin, First Lieutenant; John A. Slaughter, Simon B. Poole, Second Lieutenants. H, (of Wake)--Willie D. Jones, Captain; ablus H. Perry, First Lieutenant; Walter ebnam, William Pul'ey, Second Lieutenants. I, (of Harnett)--John A. D. McCay, Captain; Cornellus H. Cofield, First Lieutenant; Wm. A. Prince, Wm. Pearson, Second Lieutenants. J, (of --)--Joseph W