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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
y F.--Killed: Capt. Hawthorn, Privates J J Henderson, James Lyles; and G. T. M Drown.--Wounded: Serg'ts Armstrong; Miltes, and Ballenger. Privates Thos Reeden, Thos Price, H N Harrum, W. T Beardin, H H Haghes R B Mayse, J. Dickson, Henry Daunders, Chas Mason, Wm Maldin, W T Abbot, T R Morris. Company G.7#x2014;Killed: Corpl J M Redwood, Sergt. J H Hastings. Corp J B Gilloit, T B Allen, Betijohn, Baldwin, C Caster, C Dunn, J T Harpin, W. B Holt, It L Keebbs, E Ledyard, J Newburger, J Price, H Fritchard, Chas Pollard, J G Renolds, P C Raudel, Jos Thorntou, E K Waterhouse, D Wheeler, jr. Company B, (Gulf Gily Guards.) Killed: W C Ayres, D J J. T C Tommy. Wounded: Lt L H Hill; Privates J E Carter, C K McMorris, B J Goss, W A Bensoo, L A Calla. Way, J R King, G A Jones, W Jefter, W M Teague, J. Skinner. D Price, G A Ready, Sgt J A Davis.--Missing: Privates Ben Bross, J O Banksion, J A Dison, Wm Loyd, John Lynch, Chas Law, J N Norwood, H J Norris. N A Rawis, J J Stoker.
Gen. Price in South Carolina. --The Western hero was everywhere enthusiastically received in his recent passage across Carolina. At Orangeburg he was welcomed by a large assemblage of ladies, who turned out rehearst on hearing of his approach. Among other things he said that he had been suddenly summoned to the West by General Bragg, who telegraphed to him that he expected a battle in five or six days.