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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
rivate D. C. Mangum, W. B. Moss, E. H. Tilley, S. W. Turentine, W. C. Veazey, W. F. Williams. Co. C. Sergeant Hiram Vickers, Corporal W. D. Hicks, Private W. H. Adams, W. D. Blalock, W. Browning, S. Hutchings, Private M. C. Herendon, J. W. Leigh, E. W. Morris, J. W. Roe, W. Warren. Co. D. Sergeant A. W. Houk, Thomas Powell, Jas. D. Berry, Corporal D. A. Hilderbrand, T. E. Seabolt, Private Cyrus Huffman, Thomas McNeely, Jones McGalliard, Solomon Nash, Ed. Powell, Private Jasper Baker, Henry Brown, B. T. Balick, Wm. Berry, Sidney Chester, Wm. Houk, Private Wm. Poteet, Wm. Twiggs, ——Sigman, Jas. Winkler, Leander Wilson. Co. E. Sergeant J. A. McGee, Private Jesse Blair, John Houston, A. McGee, W. McGee, R. Pitman, Private E. Stone, N. M. Robertson, J. M. Moody, W. Watts, J. N. Wise, A. Yount. Co. F. Sergeant W. J. Kerr, B. J. Albert, Corporal G. P. Cruchfield, John Faust, Private Albert Willson, James C
Regiment, Colonel Hayes, in General Jameson's brigade. The regiment has just returned from picket duty on the extreme left of our lines and front of the division. These make a dozen prisoners taken by the regnant with in the last few days. Those arrested yesterday are Forrest Olden, John Heister, his brother, his son, William Hicks, and A. C. Landstreet. This Landstreet is the same who was captured by some of our soldiers at Falls Church in July last. He was then a member of Capt. Edward Powell's Virginia cavalry company, and when taken was a rebel in arms against our Government. In December last, after five months imprisonment, he was released on his parole of honor, and having been sent to Old Point Comfort, went by the way of Manassas, Centreville, and Fairfax Court-House, to his home, just outside the lines of Gen. Heintzelman's command. Although he asserts that he has not given any aid and comfort to the enemy since his release, there appears to be sufficient evidence
and a lot of unfinished work stored therein.--Mr. S. T. Allen, who used the upper part of the building as a sash and blind factory, also lost some timber and a very valuable morticing machine. The loss will probably exceed twenty-five thousand dollars, on which the insurance is very trifling. The fire was the work of an incendiary. A short while after the alarm was given, an explosion of a shrapnel shot took place, the fragments scattering in every direction, one piece striking Mr. Edward Powell, a shoemaker living in the neighborhood, in the leg and tearing up the flesh from his foot to his knee, and another falling upon the shoulder of a negro who was passing along Broad street, near two hundred yards off, cutting him severely. Hardly had the excitement consequent upon this explosion subsided before the crash of a falling roof and simultaneous screams of a rough attracted the attention of the crowd in another direction. A little son of Mr. Lohman having gone out upon the r