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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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Second brigade--Col. W. H. L. Wallace. Eleventh Illinois, Lieut.-Col. Hart. Twentieth Illinois, Col. Marsh. Forty-fifth Illinois, Col. Smith. Forty-eighth Illinois, Col. Harney. Twenty-fifth Kentucky, Col. Shackleford. Taylor's and McAllister's batteries. Seventh Illinois cavalry, Capt. Kellogg. Fourth Illinois cavalry, Col. Dickey. The Third brigade, as made up, is commanded by Gen. Payne, who, however, was not present. It has only two regiments: Eighth Wisconsin, Col. Murphy. Forty-ninth Illinois, Col. W. R. Morrison. These three brigades occupied the entire ground from the centre of the National line to its extreme right. The balance of the line from the centre to the extreme left, was held by the second division under Gen. C. F. Smith. Early on the morning of Friday--almost before it was fairly light — the enemy poured forth in a mass of not less than three thousand men, and hurled themselves with tremendous force against the Forty-fifth and Twelfth
Andrew Rourke, seaman; Dennis Leary, ordinary seaman; John Wade, seaman. Total, nine. On the Pensacola — Theodore Myers, seaman; James Murray, ordinary seaman; Thos. Gunnin, landsman; Nelson D. Downing, landsman. On the Richmond — John B. Brady, aged nineteen, Acting Master's Mate, born in Brownsville, N. Y., killed by a rifle-ball; W. M. Brady, ordinary seaman, aged twenty-three. Total, two. On the Iroquois — James Philipps, seaman; Alexander von Vredenburg, ordinary seaman; Maurice Murphy, ordinary seaman; Edwin R. Parcell, boy; Jacob Scheenteldt, marine; George W. Cole, Master's Mate. Total, six. On the Pinola — Thomas Kelly, captain of the forecastle; Robert H. Johnson, landsman; John Notton, landsman. Total, three. On the Varuna — Andrew A. Smith, landsman; Charles Hartford, seaman; Daniel McPherson, ordinary seaman. Total, three. the wounded. On the flag-ship Hartford--Philip Morgan, seaman, severely; Charles Banks, landsman, severely; Theodore Doug