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The Daily Dispatch: November 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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after Grant's demonstration at Belmont. It was reorganized at Corinth after the battle of Shiloh. Upon its first organization its officers were, Lieut.-Col. Francis A. Terry, Maj. Tom McKay; Company A, Capt. William F. Hoadley, of Little Rock, First Lieut. W. P. Parks, Second Lieut. W. C. Osborne, Third Lieut. John B. Baggett; Company B, Capt. T. F. Murff, of Pulaski county; Company C, Capt J. W. Hanson, of Clark county, First Lieut. J. A. Ross, Second Lieutenant Detwiler; Company D, Capt. Thomas Payne, of Prairie county, First Lieut. Tarver Toone; Company E, Capt. John Moore, First Lieutenant Blassingame, Second Lieutenant Bushnell. Captain Hoadley's company was given charge of a heavy gun battery at Columbus, and thenceforward was detached and employed in the heavy artillery. It was at Island No.10 during the terrific bombardment of that place, from which, after spiking their guns, upon the withdrawal of their infantry supports, Captain Hoadley and Lieutenant Baggett escaped to Me
Called Court. --A special session of the Court of Hustings was held yesterday, for the examination of John C. Crewson, alias John C. Dawson, for feloniously and falsely pretending and representing himself to be a Lieutenant in the Army of the Confederate States of America, having on the dress of a soldier, and being in company with another person whom he represented as his Sergeant, and by the aforesaid false pretences, obtaining from Wm. H. Burton one Confederate note, of the value of twenty dollars. On motion of the Attorney for the Commonwealth, the examination was continued to the next regular term of the Court; and a rule was awarded against Wm. H. Burton, Thomas Payne, and John P. Lloyd, to show cause why they should not be fined and attached for contempt, which rule was made returnable to the next term.
Capt. Fred. Carter, mortally, (since dead;) First Lieutenant C. P. Bigger, severely in left shoulder; Second Lieutenant E. J. Levy, flesh wound in leg; Orderly Sergeant Robert J. McDowell, flesh wound in left thigh, Privates Henry Miller, through face and left hand; W. D. Chesterman, flesh wound in thigh; James L. Walkins, slightly in knee; Henry Place, W. W. Rush, (our informant could not learn particulars in regard to either;) James R. Medlicott, slightly in head; W. H. Timberlake, do.; Thomas Payne, flesh wound in arm; Samuel A. Frayser, left side, face and neck. Missing and supposed to be captured: Private John J. Omenhauser. The following is a list of the casualties in Sturdivant's Battery, of Richmond, in the fight of Wednesday: Wounded. Lieut. W. H. Weisiger, in thigh, Lieut. B. H. Gorrell, in two places; Corporal J. S. S. Casler, in neck, slightly; James T. Rippetoe, in the hip, slightly; B. C. Hall, hurt by a wounded horse; Wm. J. Jacobs, slightly by a concussion fr