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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 2 Browse Search
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efficient service, which their previous military education has so well fitted them for. Lieut. P. H. O'Rourke, of the United States Engineers, acting as Assistant Engineer to Gen. Gilmore, was also gers, U. S.N., for skilfully serving four siegeguns in battery Sigel on the eleventh. Lieut. P. H. O'Rourke, Corps of Engineers, and Adam Badeau, Esq., volunteered, and served on my staff as aids rtillery; Lieut. J. H. Wilson, Topographical Engineer; Lieut. Porter, Ordnance Corps, and Lieutenant O'Rourke, Engineer Corps. Hesitating at no amount of exposure or fatigue, they succeeded, by th out of his room, and remarked blandly: Gen. Gilmore, you may open fire as soon as you please. O'Rourke, lucky dog, carried the message to Lieut. Porter, who was at battery Halleck, and to have the hthat his spurs were to be won. Pelouze was provoked because one of his guns was dismounted, and O'Rourke was delighted because he was bidden to put it in order, under fire. This was accomplished by t