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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley 1 1 Browse Search
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e M., the remainder of the Seventh Iowa infantry, Major Samuel Mahon commanding, and four companies of the Fifty-second Illinois infantry, under command of Major W. Boyd, were sent forward. At three P. M., the train returned, and the remaining five companies of the Fifty-second Illinois infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel E. A. Bowen commanding, and five companies of the Sixty-sixth Indiana infantry, Captain D. M. Jordan commanding, were immediately embarked. I accompanied this train, leaving Captain Morris, Sixty-sixth Indiana infantry, to bring forward the remainder of the Sixty-sixth Indiana and the Second Iowa infantry, Captain John A. Duckworth commanding. I reached the break in the road at five P. M., and found that the Seventh Iowa infantry and the four companies of the Fifty-second Illinois infantry, under command of Major W. Boyd, of the latter regiment, had embarked on the train from Kingston, as I had previously ordered, and were on their way to Allatoona. At nine P. M., the re
s accompany them, together with the list of the casualties, are all herewith submitted, except those from the cavalry, not yet received. I also send a sketch prepared by the engineer, showing the routes taken by each column. The point marked Widow Morris is where the roads fork, the left-hand fork being the one the Third corps should have taken. The point marked Tom Morris is the scene of the action of the twenty-seventh ultimo. Very respectfully, etc., George G. Meade, Major-General Commny them, together with the list of the casualties, are all herewith submitted, except those from the cavalry, not yet received. I also send a sketch prepared by the engineer, showing the routes taken by each column. The point marked Widow Morris is where the roads fork, the left-hand fork being the one the Third corps should have taken. The point marked Tom Morris is the scene of the action of the twenty-seventh ultimo. Very respectfully, etc., George G. Meade, Major-General Commanding.
inguished and gallant services on the field. My Chief Commissary, Major A. B. Magruder, discharged all his duties to my entire satisfaction. I am also indebted to Captain Coward, of General Jones's staff, for gallant and valuable services. Captain Morris, of the signal corps, Mr. D. F. Brashear and A. C. Dickinson, carried my orders on the field, and rendered good service. The brave and devoted troopers of the Charles City cavalry were on this, as on all other occasions, distinguished for th. W. Vaughan, N. Mason, E. Clagville, and J. R. Trader. Corporal Stilf fought through all the battles with a sick leave in his pocket. Company I. William T. Cowan, James Yates, R. Todd, and V. H. Fauntleroy. Company M. Sergeants Bullock and Morris; privates James W. Smith, R. O. Perry, McGary Burress, Blanton Humphreys, Johnson Newton, S. Rice, and Goodrich. Sergeant Robinson, company M, acted well. The aggregate loss is as follows: Killed, twenty-two; wounded, ninety-four; missing, thr
Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 2.13, Index (search)
459, 460. Malone, Tom, 169, 180. Mason, Penny, 165, 169. Manyanga, 335. Marks, Mr., 489, 494. Matabele War, 454, 455. McKenna, Mr., 478. Melchet Court, 423, 428. Milligan, Colonel James A., 205. Milner, Sir, Alfred, on South Africa, 495. Milton, John, 526. Mind and soul, thoughts on, 521, 522. Mirambo, 257, 258. Mississippi River, 115-117, 125. Moon, Mountains of the, 371. Morris, Edward Joy, 223, 245. Morris, Maria, aunt of Stanley, 55, 57, 62-68. Morris, Tom, uncle of Stanley, 58-68. Mose, boyhood friend of Stanley, 34-40. Mtesa, 311-313, 317, 318, 405. Murchison, Sir, Roderick, 267, 282. My Early Travels and Adventures, 225, 245. Myers, F. W. H., quoted, 289. Napier, Sir, Robert, 229. National School at Brynford, 44, 47-51. Nelson, mate on board the Windermere, 70, 75, 76, 80. Nelson, Captain, 354, 383, 387, 390. New Orleans, Stanley's life at, 81-125; later visit to, 426, 427. New York, Stanley's impressions of, 425.
C Blitchington, in leg; W B Cochran, in left arm; S Colly, arm broke; Tom Martin, both arms, slight; A G Morrison, neck, seriously; E Newman, right arm, slight; Tom Morris, in thigh, slight. Company D--Killed: J H Linsey, J A Bryson. Wounded: E Millhouse, thigh and abdomen; Ira P Croft, in face and neck; W Dickerson, two findwell, do; W J Cornwell, do; D E Dunlap, do; S E Vanpelt, do; J C Walker and C S Wilson, do; W D McDaniel, mortally; Robt Hempoilt seriously; S H McWetters, do; H Morris, J A Rader, and W S Turner, do; Lieut J M Moore, slightly; Serg'ts J Stringfellow, E M Shannon, and J G Blair, do; Privates J D Bovd, H Doffey, R S Lindsay, W H M (Capt. N. Shannas) Wounded John W Cockman, left arm shot off; John A Wilkinson, badly shot in both thighs; Wm Barker, shot in back and shoulder; Wm Walton, shot in thigh; Berry Morris, shot in right leg, severely, Lt. Johny Laster, shot in back of head, not seriously, J J Tidwell, B B Bearers, Robert all slightly wounded