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The Daily Dispatch: July 31, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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hickly strewed. Here, on a space of 30 acres, I counted about 80 head horse; not, however, all the enemy's, but some of them our own. Here I found the body on Lieut. Ramsey, with his delicate and well chiseled features. I found him out by his name on his drawers. "Lieut. Ramsey, U S. Artillery," and I suppose he was the son of CaLieut. Ramsey, U S. Artillery," and I suppose he was the son of Capt Wm Ramsey, of the U S. Navy Some old army friend was having him buried, and I could not help wishing he had died in a better cause than that of Abe Lincoln. Immediately in this neighborhood was placed one of our batteries, commanded by Col. Imboden, of Augusta county, which a regiment of New York Zouave, in extended line was maCapt Wm Ramsey, of the U S. Navy Some old army friend was having him buried, and I could not help wishing he had died in a better cause than that of Abe Lincoln. Immediately in this neighborhood was placed one of our batteries, commanded by Col. Imboden, of Augusta county, which a regiment of New York Zouave, in extended line was marching to out flank This Col. I. E. B. Stuart, with the quick eye of a true soldier, saw, and immediately ordered Capt. R Welby Carter, of the London, Volunteers, to leap a fence with about 35 of his company, and charge the Zouaves through their centre. In doing this, the company had to receive the fire of the whole regiment of