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The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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ly; A Husky, A Thrift, Jas Goforth, Jno Ramsay, Dan Ramsay, W B Scruggs, severely; --Pearson and M Collins, slightly. Missing: Jos Reynolds R Taylor. Casualties in the 11th Virginia regiment. Field and Staff.--Killed: None. Wounded: Col Davis Funsten, in the foot; Lt Col Langhorne, in leg, badly; Color Sgt C V Cerley, in forearm; Cotor Corporal M Hickock. Company A, First Lieut Kennedy, commanding.--Killed: None. Wounded: Sgt Harvey, thigh, badly; Corporal Hunt, and; Privates Leslie Price, shoulder; A Camp, hand; Charles Pugh, arm, badly. Company B, Capt Huten, commanding.--Milled: Privates J W Fermer, J T Atkerson, Edward Russell, James A Taylor. Wounded: Sgt J W Anthony, wrist; Corporal W H Sandiford, badly; Corporal James W Edmunds, badly; Privates John W Burruss, slightly; C W Brooks and W R Brooks, leg; W Bondurant, thigh; W J Bolling thigh; E F Brown, head; Daniel Cassady, shoulder; C H Crough, shoulder; J R Dupriest, face; Wm Dooly, arm; S T Eates, ankle;
t chalk, and with a keg of ashes on my shoulder marched cut of (as the prisoners styled it) the "Modern Bastille," and after six hundred miles of travel, by night and day, through the woods and their lines, reached home — that is, the army of General Price--just in time to be a participant in the Elk Horn battle. One of the many brave, true, and patriotic ladies of St. Louis sends me the subjoined lines, which express the feelings and sentiments of all the respectable ladies in the city. acknowledge Queen of the Wave." Thee out our banner of unsullied stars! hand carries the proud crimson bars! Let it wave in glad triumph — we scorn the de Of vandal and despoil, and dare to be free! Then, "Victory or Death," boys, and Price for our With prayers for his brave men — our pride and our boast; Three cheers for our colors that never have run. And three for the battles those colors have won! Then laugh at the boast of your insolent -- every favor his hands would be<