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Patterson, D, 5th Maine; W D Had I 72d N Y; P E Bishop, B, do; Gen C Peck, I, 17th Pa; Clay McCauley, D, 126th Pa; J W Fletcher, H, do; W S Perrington, do, 6th Conn; Walter Burne, G 5th Conn; H J Davis, F, 46th Pa, E W Zook G 66th Ohio; D J Bulkley, D, 61st N Y; Jas anthony, K 118th Pa; W J Crammar, H 78th N Y; D M Lees, K, 17th Conn; Jacob Knap, B, 149th N Y, Geo B White, I, 1st N J; J A Crosatt, K, 75th Ohio; W N Kirk, B, 25th Ohio; H E Stewart, H, 165th Pa; Henry Raugth, C, 26th Wis; W R Porter, C, 137th N Y; D G Caywood, I, 33d N Y; L C Small, B 7th Maine; R M Meguire H, 1st Mass; S W Beardsley K 154th N Y, A A Casler, G, do; J S Mitchell, H 84th Pa; Capt Orlando Coombs, 101d Ya; W T McAdams chaplain, 57th Pa; Lieut Col J W Patterson, 102 Pa; Capts Wm Wallace F 43d N Y; J W Wilkinson, B, do; S B Van Patton, C do; W L Thompson, K, do; H Shickardt, F, 31st N Y; Geo A Ebbotts, a do; 1st Lieut C S Barclay, H, 102d Pa; Geo Harman, F. 31st N Y; E H Morriss, G, 62d N Y; Wm Hastings, F, 4
The Daily Dispatch: May 11, 1863., [Electronic resource], A Recollection from Hooker's history. (search)
have advanced through the line of defences across the Peninenia, at Williamsburg, without losing ten men. The enemy could not fire, for I had him in a vise. I wanted him to advance, and until three o'clock of that day I expected he would advance and march through the line held by the enemy, and go to picking up prisoners. During this time my own troops were engaged with not lese than three or four times there number. Gen. Kearney, who was the last of all the army to leave Yorktown — except Porter's division, which was left to garrison Yorktown — was the first to come to my assistance. If Gen. Sumner had advanced, the rebellion would have been buried there. He did not advance at all. Q — Where was Gen. McClellan all this time? A.--At Yorktown. About nine o'clock, or thereabout, of the morning of the fight, Prince do Joinville, being that no reinforcements would be sent to me, started for Yorktown, and reached there in about an hour. It is reported to me, and i have no dou<