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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Yankee reports. The late Yankee newspapers are full of remarkable reports. One of them is that Beauregard is in Richmond, another that General Price is dead, killed the other day near Corinth by a picket, his body brought into camp and recognized by persons who knew him when living. With many more of the same remarkable character. It is stated by refugees at Cairo that an unfinished gunboat at Memphis had been run into Yazoo river for fear of capture by the Federalists. She is reported by said refugees to be powerfully built, with both paddles and screw, worked by separate engine; she is encased with iron to such an extent as to be invulnerable against the heaviest missiles. She has no armament aboard yet, according to same authority, and there is no iron in Memphis from which to cast cannon, even the ornamental iron fences having been taken down for that purpose. The report about the boat, it is to be hoped, is correct. If she is ready have the guns, it is probable they
slightly in the shoulder; D Reper, slightly in the breast. Missing and supposed to be killed: John Sahms, J F Cennar and Patrick Skidmore. Attache Company--Capt. J W Kilpatrick, dangerously in the thigh, and missing. Killed: Drummer Jos G Price and Private A R Lynch. Wounded: John Camte, in shoulder; John Huntsiger, seriously in shoulder, hip, and foot; Geo Norton, slightly; John Melton, slightly in elbow; Geo Price, slightly in arm and side; Riley Wall, slightly in breast; S B Bolton,Geo Price, slightly in arm and side; Riley Wall, slightly in breast; S B Bolton, slightly in the head, George Spake, slightly in the back by a limb of a tree falling, being out off by a shot; John Grass, slightly. Missing: Wm M Brooks, Henry Serrells, and Craton Padgett. Report of casualties of the Fourteenth Tennessee regiment. Killed.--J D Martin, Assistant Surgeon. Company A--Wounded: A Newell, T J Anderson. Missing: Corporal C S Donoho. Company B.--Killed: Privates R J Keesee and W J Martin. Wounded: J A Gholson, W F Broom, J Hamlett, J B Wall, S