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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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rivates James P. Woodall, in shoulder, slightly; Micajah R. Fenell, in hand, severely; C. C. Hudson, in shoulder, slightly. Company B. Killed: Sergeant Walter H. Boswell. Wounded: Captain James M. Saunders, in thigh, severely; Third Lieutenant Sylvester Richardson, in face, slightly; private Daniel Robins, in foot, slightly. Company C. Killed: none. Wounded: privates J. C. Destin, in leg, severely; N. G. Weaver, in head, slightly. Company D. Killed: Corporal W. T. Johnson. Wounded: enant----, of Brown's battery, was killed. Lieutenant Merwin, of Moody's battery, had an arm shot off. Lieutenant Merwin got out of a sick bed to go into action with his company. Several other batteries were under fire, but not engaged, viz.: Richardson's, Reed's, and Page's — the latter belonging to Major Nelson's reserve artillery. On the twenty-ninth, the enemy vacated his works, and the division started in pursuit. At Fair Oaks Station, he fired upon our advance with artillery. He was