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relatives be proud of them.—Higgins' report, April 27, 1862. The troops engaged in the defense enlisted in the city, except the cannoneers. Capt. J. B. Anderson, of Company E, Louisiana artillery, although wounded early in the conflict, continued to render the most gallant service to the end. Of the same company, Lieutenant Baylor, of the 42-pounder barbette battery, and Lieutenant Agar deserve mention. Among those who acted coolly during the six days, were Lieutenants Ogden, Kennedy and Mumford, of the Louisiana artillery; Lieutenant Gaines, in command of the 32-pounder on the river front; Captain Jones, Company I, Twenty-third regiment Louisiana volunteers; Captain Peter, Company I, Twenty-second regiment volunteers; Lieut. Thomas K. Pierson, Twentythird regiment, who was killed while gallantly fighting his guns; Capt. M. T. Squires, senior officer at Fort St. Philip; and Lieut. Thomas B. Huger, of the McRae, who was seriously wounded. Speaking of the deserters, General Dunca
military rule under Butler execution of William B. Mumford Butler's Deepest depth. The echoes oigned Special Order No. 70, in the case of Wm. B. Mumford. The military commission in finding verdirender had not absolutely been accomplished. Mumford was still a citizen of a Confederate city, inblic edifices. On April 29th, two days after Mumford's act, Flag-officer Farragut addressed the foer Farragut. Before this date, not after it, Mumford had torn the flag down from a public buildinge the military commission had decided against Mumford, however, there is official testimony that hiur banner. If words convey purposes, William B. Mumford was by them prejudged. When they were whe Gulf, New Orleans, 5th June, 1862. William B. Mumford, a citizen of New Orleans, having been cto the authority of the United States. After Mumford's death, General Butler's usefulness in New Ohorror with which the conviction and death of Mumford surrounded him, to the mingled scorn and cont[1 more...]