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Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Chapter XXII: Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Alabama, and Southwest Virginia. March 4-June 10, 1862. (ed. Lieut. Col. Robert N. Scott), April 29-June 10, 1862.-advance upon and siege of Corinth, and pursuit of the Confederate forces to Guntown, Miss. (search)
o the right, to the support of the skirmishers of this regiment. A heavy fire was opened there upon the part of both forces, in which we lost several wounded. I had occasion during the day to witness the performance of the reserve and to visit the skirmishers, and know the dangers encountered, and I must say that the men and officers of the regiment discharged their duties well; and I make particular mention of Captains Smith and McCampbell and Lieutenants Parrish and Wolcott and Lieut. William Rice, Second Lieut. James McCampbell, and Second Lieut. B. M Chiles, and of their companies, for gallant bearing in that fiercely contested skirmish. Major Buckner and Adjt. John Brennan wer present during the entire engagement, and rendered me valuable sern ice by the prompt obedience of my orders and the ready and fearle, assistance in bearing orders about over the field and in aiding in command of the skirmishers. Dr. Curran was present during the entire engagement, and, with the assi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company C, Ninth Virginia cavalry, C. S. A. [from the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch, February 9, 1896.] (search)
Montgomery, Joseph J. Moone, wounded, James Morris, wagoner, Robert Murphy, John Neale, killed at Ashland, Benjamin Owens, W. W. Palmer, wounded at Gettysburg, captured, Richard Payne, Edward Porter, wounded, Edward F. Porter, Henry Porter, killed at Nance's Shop, J. Horace Porter, R. Louis Porter, Joseph A. Pullen, John Purcell, died in service, Broaddus Reamy, James Reamy, killed at Sailors' Creek, William A. Reamy, killed at Nance's Shop, Emmett Reed, Clarence Rice, Robert Wilbur Rice, William Rice, James Robb, Charles Rust, transferred to Company H, John Rust, died of wounds, William R. Rust, severely wounded at Gettysburg, Coral Robertson, William W. Rose, killed, Robert A. Sanfard, wounded, Robert Self, John Settle, Robert Spilman, severely wounded at Ashland, Thomas M. Spilman, Bruce Stringfellow, severely wounded, Hansford Sutton, disabled by a fall, and discharged, John E. Sturman, William Smith, died in service, Garvin C. Taliaferro, adjutant of the regiment, leg fractured, a
William Rice, late the publisher of the Pennsylvanian newspaper, died on Tuesday evening, at his residence in Philadelphia, after a short illness. The newspapers are poking fun at the new tariff; some term it the More-ill, and others the im- Morrill tariff. The Bostonians are quite indignant over the appointment of John Palfrey, of Cambridge, to the office of Postmaster in Boston. Col. Lamon, of Ill., the "ambassador" to Charleston, is a native of Berkeley county, Va. Cassius M. Clay, Minister to Russia, will sail, with his family, for Liverpool, by the Persia, on the 24th of April. John Bruckman, in jail for murder, at Memphis, Tenn., died on the 27th ult.
Arrivals at the Libby. --Among the commitments recorded yesterday on the books at the Libby prison were thirteen men belonging to the Thirteenth (Yankee) Tennessee regiment, including a captain, William Rice, and eighty-six seamen from Charleston, South Carolina, sent here for exchange.