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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 12 0 Browse Search
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riotic services. Cols. Rowley and McCarter (both badly wounded) and Lieut.-Cols. Thorout and Nevins manoeuvred their commands with skill, exhibiting most commendable alacrity, cheering and leading their men on to the combat. Rowley would not quit his regiment, and McCarter had two horses wounded. Major Dayton, Sixty-second New-York volunteers; Major Jehl and Capt. Tissot, Fifty-fifth New-York volunteers; Lieut.-Col. Kinkhead, Major Poland, Capts. Fulwood and McLaughlin, Lieuts. Patchell, Reed, and Dain, of the One Hundred and Second Pennsylvania volunteers; Capt. Arthur and Adjutant Lewis, of the Ninety-third Pennsylvania volunteers, were distinguished for their energy, coolness, and bravery, under very trying circumstances. The gallant Capt. McFarland, One Hundred and Second Pennsylvania volunteers, (very ill,) was twice taken by the enemy and retaken by our troops. He came in with the wounded Colonel and six men of the Sixth South-Carolina regiment as prisoners. The officer
amuel Plunkett, do.; Lewis Wolff, Newport, Ky., Home Guards; Wm. S. Shipman, do.; Thomas Hartburn, Cincinnati, Pendleton Guards. wounded.--Capt. S. G. Rogers, Co. I, Eighteenth Kentucky, slightly; Thos. S. Duval, Home Guards, arm amputated; Hector Reed, Home Guards, left side; J. W. Minor, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, left lung; Jacob Carver, Co. E, Eighteenth Kentucky, thigh amputated; John Scott, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, thigh; Chas. Tait, Thirty-fourth Ohio, both thighs; Rev. Geo. Morrison,way the majority of his wounded. He left eighteen in care of our surgeons, several of them supposed to be mortally wounded. I send our list of wounded: Captain Rogers, Eighteenth Kentucky, leg, slightly. T. S. Duvall, arm amputated. H. Reed, Home Guard, left side. J. W. Minor, Home Guard, left lung. J. Carver, thigh amputated. Geo. Scott, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, wounded, thigh. Charles Tate, Thirty-fourth Ohio, both thighs. Rev. Mr. Morrison, Home Guard, ankle.
ate States, fighting in a just cause, are superior to their enemies. John C. Breckinridge, Major-General Commanding. (Official.) John A. Buckner, A. A.G. Lieutenant Reed's account. Lieut. Reed, of the ram Arkansas, gives the following particulars: The Arkansas left Vicksburgh at two o'clock Sunday morning, August thirdLieut. Reed, of the ram Arkansas, gives the following particulars: The Arkansas left Vicksburgh at two o'clock Sunday morning, August third, and steamed leisurely down the river, having ample time to reach Baton Rouge at the appointed hour. When she arrived within fifteen miles of Baton Rouge, her starboard engine broke down. Repairs were immediately commenced, and at eight o'clock were partially completed, though she was not in a condition to engage many of the Yanown up. Lieut. Stevens was in command of the Arkansas, and displayed remarkable coolness under the most perilous and distressing misfortunes. Our informant, Lieut. Reed, states that but for the misfortune to her engines the expedition would have been a most brilliant success, and the Yankees would have been driven from New-Orle