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The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Brown, Washington Guards, slightly wounded. Col. Sloan's 4th S. C. Regiment. Corporal W. A. Young, of Capt Hollinsworth's company, killed, and Capt. Poole, mortally wounded. 20 Va. Regiment--Col. Allen's. E. O. Burgess, Company F, killed; Issac N. Glaize, Company F. killed; William Young, Company F, killed; Lloyd Powell, Company F, killed; Capt. Clarke, Company F, wounded; William Glen, wounded; Strother Barton, wounded; Richard Meade, wounded; William Hobson, wounded; Chas Mitchell, mortally wounded;--Kidd, wounded. 30th Va Regiment. Captain Winston Radford, from Bedford, of Radford's Rangers, killed; Edley Irvin, same company, killed; Private Fuqua, Clay Dragoons, Company A, Radford Rangers, killed; Corp'l C. Turpin, wounded, same company. Col. Cash's 8th South Carolina Regiment. Lieut. Cook, Company H, wounded; Capt. Harrington, Company G. wounded; Private Cook, Company G, wounded; Private Long, Company G, wounded; Private White, Company C, kil
, with marked emphasis, "I can't tell where the men have gone in that army. I have sent there, at one time and another, one hundred and --" (perhaps prudence requires that I should leave the next two places for figures blank,) one hundred and --thousand men, and I can only find just half that many now. Where can they have gone? Burnside accounts to me for every man he has taken — so many killed in battle; so many wounded; so many sick in the hospitals; so many absent on furlough. So does Mitchell. So does Buell, and so others; but I can't tell what has become of half the Army I've sent down to the Peninsula." Baxter's fire Zouaves. The correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing from Gen. McClellan's camp, alludes to the "Fire Zouaves," of New York city, as follows: I saw the Seventy-second Pennsylvania, Colonel Baxter, on parade at sunset to-day. This regiment consists of fifteen companies, and has now 972 on duty in the ranks, notwithstanding a loss of 157 at t