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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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rks. The Yorktown turnpike runs through to the centre of the fortifications, which have dense woods behind them. The following is a complete list of the killed and wounded. killed. Charles L. Lord, private, battery C, Massachusetts artillery. Edwin W. Lewis, private, battery C, Massachusetts artillery. I. Ide, Co. E, Berdan's sharpshooters. John Reynolds, private, leg amputated, Weeden's battery. Adam Musser, private, Co. I, Sixty--second Pennsylvania volunteers. David Phelps, private, Co. H, Berdan's sharpshooters. wounded. M. C. Barrett, Co. B, Twenty-second Massachusetts, slightly. G. P. Field, private, Co. B, Twenty second Massachusetts, slightly. A. O. Emerson, corporal, Co. B, Twenty second Massachusetts, slightly. S. W. Bailey, private, Co. B, Twenty-second Massachusetts, slightly. C. H. James, private, Co. B, Twenty-second Massachusetts, slightly. Lieut. W. D. Morris, Co. B, Twenty-second Massachusetts, slightly. Frank B. Smith,
nd Number10, stating that by order of their commanding officer they were ordered to surrender Island Number10 to the commander of this fleet. As these officers knew nothing of the capture of the batteries on the Tennessee shore, I have sent Capt. Phelps to ascertain something definite on the subject. Gen. Pope is now advancing from New-Madrid, in strong force, to attack the rear. I am, with gunboats and mortars, ready to attack in front, and Buford is ready to cooperate; but it seems as i.< A. H. Foote, Flag-Officer. Flag-steamer Benton, off Island number10, April 8. To Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy: My despatch, three hours since, informs the Department that Island Number10 has surrendered to the gunboats. Captain Phelps has this instant returned, after having had an interview with the late commandant. I have requested Gen Buford, commanding the troops, to proceed immediately, in company with two of the gunboats, and take possession of the Island. The batte
Deaths of Confederate prisoners. We have received from a returned prisoner a list of the deaths in company A, First battalion Alabama artillery, at Elmira, New York. The company was forty strong when it reached Elmira. It will be seen that more than half died beneath the cruelty of prison life: Sergeants E. B. Whittaker and T. J. Butts; Corporals Willis Head, J. H. Odom and L. D. Walker; musician Bain; privates B. Burkett, John Dean, Z. P. Green, J. J. Harrison, J. T. Higdon, Louis Hodgerson, J. B. Johnston, Joseph Massey, T. J. King, Jackson Parrish, David Phelps, Henry Parks, J. A. Pressley, W. B. Smith, John Smith, L. Stinson.