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emed to know their business, and brought another brigade into action against us, no doubt with the intention of making a finish of the few brave men remaining on the field. We went into action with about two hundred and seventy-five men, and lost in killed, wounded and missing one hundred and twenty-two. The following is a list: Company A--Wounded: First Lieut. Austin T. Shryer, in arm, severely; Second Lieut. Joseph W. Miller, in foot; Sergeant Thomas A. Scott, in head, severely; Sergeant Jacob Rice, in breast; Corporal John Stofel, wounded in the hand; Fife-Major Hugh Coleman, wounded in arm, severely; privates, A. Brightman, wounded in leg and missing; Wm. Baker, wounded in face and missing; Joseph Burkhardt, wounded in leg and missing; Martin Benziger, wounded in thigh and missing. Company B--Capt. J. A. Remly, wounded in ankle; Sergeant J. Lyons, wounded in left side; Corporal Thomas Hays, killed; Sergeant George Haig, wounded in hand; privates, D. Custard, missing and sup
emed to know their business, and brought another brigade into action against us, no doubt with the intention of making a finish of the few brave men remaining on the field. We went into action with about two hundred and seventy-five men, and lost in killed, wounded and missing one hundred and twenty-two. The following is a list: Company A--Wounded: First Lieut. Austin T. Shryer, in arm, severely; Second Lieut. Joseph W. Miller, in foot; Sergeant Thomas A. Scott, in head, severely; Sergeant Jacob Rice, in breast; Corporal John Stofel, wounded in the hand; Fife-Major Hugh Coleman, wounded in arm, severely; privates, A. Brightman, wounded in leg and missing; Wm. Baker, wounded in face and missing; Joseph Burkhardt, wounded in leg and missing; Martin Benziger, wounded in thigh and missing. Company B--Capt. J. A. Remly, wounded in ankle; Sergeant J. Lyons, wounded in left side; Corporal Thomas Hays, killed; Sergeant George Haig, wounded in hand; privates, D. Custard, missing and sup
New York, Feb, 13. --Cotton heavy — Middling and Uplands 11 5/8. Flour heavy — Southern $5.30@5.55. Wheat one cent lower — Red $1.27 afloat, $1.31¾ delivered; white $1.40@1.42. Corn quiet — old mixed 64@65c; new 60@61c; Southern White 71@71½. Pork heavy — Mess $17@25. Lard heavy at 9½@10. Whiskey dull at 17¾@18. Sugar steady at 11 Molasses unchanged — Orleans 32@36.Turpentine steady. Rosin dull and lower at $17½@25. Rice steady. Stocks dull — N. Y. Centrals 77¼. Va. 6's 76¾ Mo.'s 66¼. For Va. 6's, at Stock Board, 76 bid, 76½ asked; for Mo. 6
The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], A French correspondent's view of the war in America. (search)
ith, accused of stealing a horse and buggy belonging to Davis & Hutchison, came up again. Riddell proved that he got into the buggy some time after it was stolen, and was accordingly discharged, His Honor, however, first giving him some good advice. John T. Smith was remanded to jail, to be forthcoming on the 17th instant, when a called session of the Hustings Court will be held for the examination of Smith on the charge of felony, and the witnesses were recognized in $300 each to appear before the said court at the same time. The case of Julia Washman, charged with selling ardent spirits to a slave without the permission of his owner, was dismissed; but her bar-keeper was recognized to appear before the Hustings Court in November next, to give evidence as to whether the said lady really keeps an ordinary such as her license contemplated, or merely a drinking-house. "Jacob Rice was fined $10 for having his house, where ardent spirits are usually sold, open on Sunday last.
0 bales, including 7,000 to speculators and exporters. The market closed buoyant at the advance. The following are the authorized quotations:Orleans fair 9½d., middling 9d; Mobile fair 9¾d middling 8¾d; upland fair 9½d middling 8¾d.--The total stock in port is estimated at $87,000 bales, including 558,000 bales of American descriptions. State of Trade in Manchester.--The Manchester advices are favorable, the market for both goods and yarns being firm, though rather quiet. London Markets.--Breadstuffs steady. Wheat 56a59s. Flour 24s 6da28s 6d. Tea.--Common Congo 10½a11d. Coffee tending upward — Rice active. Spirits of Turpentine excited, with a large advance, sales having been made at 60s. Tallow firm at 47s 6d. Linseed cakes buoyant and advanced 2s 6da5s. Linseed oil scarce, and held at 33s. Latest Commercial intelligence. Liverpool, Sept. 12. --Cotton — The sales of cotton yesterday (Saturday) were 10,000 bales, the market closing firm at Friday's
The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], To Graduates and Ex-Cadets of the Va. Military Institute. (search)
, selling at $4.25@4.50. Leather — No Calfskin in market. It is difficult, too, to fix quotations for other kinds, the market being very variable. We quote Leather 10@50 cents, as to quality. Upper $3.50@$6 per side: leather 50 cts. per lb. Lime — By retail, $2,75@$3, and only to be had front occasional arrivals from Virginia kilns. Lard--20 cents in bbls. 22 cents in kegs. Molasses.--New Orleans 65 centas with no other in market. Oats.--40 cts. per bushel! Rice.--4½@5 cents, wholesale; a trifle higher by retail. Salt.--$7, wholesale; $7,25@7.50 by retail.--No Ground Alum Sait in market. Sugar.--New Orleans, in lots, 14 cents; Coffee Sugar to 17½ cts. Crushed 22@28 cts. Tobacco.--The receipts of Tobacco care large at this time and the warehouses very much crowded, and owing to the excess of common grade prices have been lower for the last week, while good and fine English and Continental Tobaccos are selling well. We quote inferior L<
d fire into our encampment, and, after receiving five or six rounds, Captain Shumaker opened on them with his battery, Captain Rice joining in with his pieces, and for four hours and a quarter an incessant cannonading was kept up. In the meantime thetimated at between one and two hundred killed, and a large number wounded. Great credit is due to Capts. Shumaker and Rice and their brave men, for the gallant manner in which they handed their beautiful little pieces. We regret that Capt. RiceCapt. Rice had his foot shot off, which had to be amputated. He is now improving slowly. We cannot particularize instances of bravery, but Capt.Rice acted "well his part." In fact, all the troops behaved with the utmost coolness and bravery. Capture of Capt.Rice acted "well his part." In fact, all the troops behaved with the utmost coolness and bravery. Capture of their flag. The Arkansas regiment captured the "Stars and Stripes," the flag of the enemy, a beautiful silk one, and brought it to camp. The staff had been shot off, and the flag has been sent to Richmond. Colonel Ramsey. Colonel Ramsey
d, Co. H, Vermillion co., Ind.; G. W. Clark, Co. C. Marshall co., Ind.; Hiram Hyde, Co. I, Valparaiso, Ind.; Van Hinds, Co. K, White co., Ind.; Abel Oblenis, Co. C, Marshall co., Ind.; John Jones, Co. I, Dauphin co., Penn.; Jas. A. Meek, Co. H, Wabash co., Ind.; Michael Casper, Co. K, Jasper co., Ind.; John Musteo, Co. I, Switzerland; Noah Kelly, Co. K, White co., Ind.; J. A. Camingone, Co. F, Logansport, Ind.; W. P. Wendel, Co. H, Manchester Ind.; H. C. Wilkerson, Co. F, Logansport, Ind.; Jacob Rice, Co. I, Michigan City, Ind.; J. B. Smith, Co. K, White co., Ind.; F. B. Sackett, Co. H, Van Buren co., Ind.; J. C. Kerns, Co. H, Logansport, Ind.; H. Watson, sutler's clerk, Wabash co., Ind.; Wm. Vagel, cook Co. F, Cockeysville, Md.; Jos. Chaffer, cook Co. I, Chester co., Penn.; J. H. Edward, colored boy, Lauey's Valley, Md. List of prisoners captured from the Federal forces at Chickamacomack, N. C., on 4th and 5th of October, 1861. Sergt. Major C. H. Comly, 20th Regiment Ind. Vol
Fines. --The Mayor yesterday imposed a fine of one dollar on Jacob Rice, for permitting his slave Milly to deposit ashen in a public alley. The following parties were fined for keeping their bar-rooms open on Sunday last, or after ten o'clock at night, viz: John Hitchcock, $5; John Charles, $5; Jacob Poe, $5; James O'Neal, $10; Henry Gearing, $5. The charge against John Baxter for offending in the above particular was dismissed, and that against John Martin was continued. Mr. Baxter expressed himself to the effect that if everybody kept as orderly a place as he did, the city would be a "devilish sight better off," an announcement which drew from the Mayor the expression of a wish that Mr. B. would forbear to use such terms before him, as the "devil," so far as he was informed, took no part in the administration of law in the court of justice presided over by His Honor.