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The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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More of the killed and wounded. Harpton Legion. We have only obtained a portion of the list of the killed and wounded in this Legion. The following were members of the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston: Killed.--George Phelps, of Charleston. Wounded.--M. G. Baker, right eye; James Anerum, both eyes; Gabriel Jervey, side, seriously ; M. A. Middleton, mortally; Wm. Wilson, shack slightly; A long Whitney, fractured arm; Robert Rowman, severely; Mr. Green, (from Somerville, near Charleston, the old man,) dangerously, through the stomach. Slightly Wounded.--T. D. Baker, breast; J. H. Gardener, arm; John Russell, chest; John Thompson, thigh; George Wear, elbow; J. Anthony Atkinson, arm; Charles Hudson, head; T. B. Taylor. Mr. Stoney was not in the fight. The Cavalry and Washington Artillery were not at Manassas. Mr. Reeder, of the Palmetto, Guards, was shot in the arm. Oglethorpe Light Infantry, of Savannah, Ga. The annexed is as full