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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
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, that what I write is not to detract in the least from their just fame; but Gen. Ransom was in it also, and though the Yankees have found it out to their sorrow, our own people at home have yet to be informed of it. On Tuesday Gen. Ransom commenced meeting from Petersburg, and his brigade being office the largest in the servicecall by Gen. Huger's headquarters and report and receive orders. Barely had Gen. Ransom reached the ground where two of his regiments (the 24th and 35th) were encamht, and in the afternoon the 24th, Colonel Clark 25th, Col. Vance, and 35th, Col. Ransom, were ordered down. Gen. Ransom, being on the field, directed their movemenGen. Ransom, being on the field, directed their movements in person. Through the whole afternoon the musketry was terrific, and the Minie balls came whistling by us constantly, while now and then a shell would explode w latter demonstrations were made against the 26th, Col. Vance, and the 35th, Col. Ransom. They threw shell and grape, however, repeatedly during the night, and a gr
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
ny B, (Gulf Gily Guards.) Killed: W C Ayres, D J J. T Berton, G. L Summersett, Thos Giblin. Wounded: O U Donnayau Jas Hudson, G E Turner, T H J Bibb, F F Hampshird, T H Nellogg, W C Johnson, H H McCov, W E Summersett, Lieut A E Robbins, C Steele. Company C, (Tuskegee Light Inlantry.)--Killed: H H Bally, Jno Crawford, E F Scott, Jno M Turner. Wounded: J Alexander, B Breedlove, Captain C J Bryan, Lieut E A Etherhige, Corpl D F Wright, W B Holt, Jno R Hartis, Otis Monace, R B Perce, Watter Ransom, J J Rulledge, E B Small, Jas Suider. Missing Sorgeant E F Baber, Henry Foster, Stephen Pace. Company D, (Southern Rilles,)--Killed: T J Mc. Bryde, L B Feibler, R M-McNeil, J M Gillis — Wounded: C C Terry, Capt Powell, Thad McCowan, Joe Rowe, P G Thompson, S H Smith, W Swink, A S Connel, G C Baker, T J Bagby. Missing: C Rosenthiel. Company E. (Washington Light Infantry.)--Killed: J S Foley, Leo Goldsmith, g F Bowers. Wounded. Sergt J C Turner, Corpl M Boullemef, A W Foster,