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The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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General Floyd. The alacrity with which, volunteers are hastening to the standard of General Floyd furnishes an impressive evidence of the confidence of the people in his abilities as a military leader. We have never underrated West Point, and have anything but feelings of veneration for civilians in general who undertake to become Generals at a moment's notice, but there are, nevertheless, men who are born Generals, and Floyd, Price, and others, are examples. The South is under incalculable obligations to General Floyd. But for him, what would have been its prospects for the present conflict? He is a man of great political foresight, and a most striking proof of which was given in his letter at the beginning of the present troubles, predicting that England would keep aloof altogether from the American quarrel. He stood alone at that time in that belief. Almost everybody, North and South, felt perfectly sure that England would have cotton even at the expense of a war with t
, Joseph Murphy. Company H, Capt J B Stedman.--Killed: Lt E J McKissick, privates John Mayes, John H Gailman, John Reaves. Wounded: Serg'ts J E Lindsey, R N Dunlop Corp'l G Puckett, R Foster, R T Harmon, S Mosely, privates J C Davis, W H Gautt, J Gregory, S Gregory, L McDaniel Jos Millwood, R J Vaughan, J C Vinson. Missing: W J scarf. Company I, Capt W D Camp — Killed: Privates E R Brown, R T Brown, H E Price. Wounded: Capt W D Camp, Lieut D J McArthur, Sergt G S Moore, Corp'l Jos Price, W P Mitchell, privates W Bryant, C Blanton, C B Cash, L A Cantrell, Nathan Dyer, Annahias Hoord, J M James, J H Mitchell, J B Martin, Henry Tengue, Alfred Cantrell, F M Reynolds. Missing: Wm Harvey. Company K, Capt R B Seay.--Killed: Lt M Y McDowell, Sergt W H Bush, private W Manous. Wounded: Capt R B Seay, Lieut Brian, Serg'ts G W Moss, J W McLure, H A Turner, Corp D Willard, privates J C Wall, Jos McArthur, J C Clemens, W. Rolline, Burnette, S Kirby, W Wheler, S McCall, W J Whit