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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 38 0 Browse Search
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souri, Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, and Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, conferees on the part of the of Mr. Fenton, of New-York. On motion of Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, it was so amended as to requll was debated by Mr. Wilson, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Richardson, Mr. Trumbull, Mr. Carlisle, Mr. Bayard, Ms and nays were ordered on the amendment. Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, and Mr. Doolittle, of Wisconit. Mr. Davis and Mr. Powell, of Kentucky, Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, and Mr. Saulsbury, of Delawat in an earnest speech. It was opposed by Mr. Richardson, Mr. Lane, of Kansas, and Mr. Cowan, and lear after; and the amendment was adopted. Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, moved to strike out the eighrike it out, and the motion was agreed to. Mr. Richardson demanded the yeas and nays on the passage dricks, Mr. Nesmith, Mr. Lane, of Indiana, Mr. Richardson, Mr. Doolittle, and Mr. McDougall. The vo Mr. Doolittle, Mr. Hendricks, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Richardson, Mr. Howard, Mr. McDougall, and Mr. Howe, [2 more...]
the canister, shell, and case-shot, and nearly every round of solid shot in the chests; more could not be supplied, in position, in time, the train being several miles distant. On the fourteenth my guns were held in reserve. On the fifteenth I took position in the works on the extreme left of our line, the position before occupied by Lane's battery, which I occupied until the eighteenth instant. On the eighteenth all my batteries were again concentrated in camp. The second company, Captain Richardson, was, during the engagements, attached to Pickett's division, in reserve, and was not engaged. It is my duty, as it is my pleasure, to say, in behalf of my officers, cannoneers, and drivers, that upon no field during this war have men behaved more gallantly. To Captains Eshleman, Miller, and Squiers, and the brave officers and men under them, is the service indebted for the gallant defence of Marye's Hill against the stubborn and overwhelming assaults of an army of over fifty thous
e, on the evening of the first, and whose unflinching advance against the enemy's guns, under a heavy fire of grape, on the evening of the fourth, excited the admiration of all who saw them; and to Brigadier-General Perry and his heroic little band of Floridians, who showed a courage as intrepid as that of any others in their assault upon the enemy, in his intrenchments, on the third, and in their subsequent advance upon Chancellorsville. Lieutenant-Colonel Garnett and Majors Hardaway and Richardson, commanders of artillery, distinguished themselves by their activity, skill, and courage. I beg leave, also, to mention the meritorious services and general good conduct of the members of my staff, Majors T. S. Mills and R. P. Duncan, assistant adjutant and inspector-generals, Lieutenants Wm. McWillie and S. D. Shannon, aids-de-camp, and Messrs. R. D. Spaun, James G. Spaun, and E. J. Means, volunteer aids-de-camp. Captain E. N. Thurston, ordnance officer: Surgeons G. McF. Gaston and H.
dvancing. Accompanied by Captain Benyaurd and the portion of my staff then present, I rode out to the front and called those near me to follow. This was immediately responded to. Everywhere along the front the color-bearers and officers sprang out, and, without more firing, our men advanced, capturing all the enemy remaining. During this last charge my horse was fatally shot within a few paces of the line where the enemy made his last stand, an orderly by my side was killed, and Colonel Richardson, of the Seventh Wisconsin, who sprang between me and the enemy, was severely wounded. I sent General Bankhead, after the last of the enemy had been captured, to General Sheridan to report the result and receive his instructions. He returned with the reply that my instructions had been sent me. At seven P. M. they reached me, and were as follows: Major-General Warren, commanding the Fifth army corps, is relieved from duty, and will report at once for orders to Lieutenant-Gener
volunteered to act as Aid-de-Camp on the first day's march from Chattanooga, and discharged the various duties that I assigned to him with a promptness, courage, and ability which merit and receive my warmest thanks. On the field General Whitthorne conducted himself with conspicuous gallantry. The infirmary corps discharged their duties with such fearlessness and fidelity as to attract my special observation. The provost guard also, under their worthy and gallant Provost-Marshal, Lieutenant Richardson, fully fulfilled the standard of their duties. They lost one killed and two wounded in the engagement of Saturday. I unite with all true patriots of our country in returning thanks to Almighty God, without whose assistance our strength is weakness, for the substantial victory with which he has crowned our efforts. I herewith transmit the reports of the regimental commanders of the brigade, to which your especial attention is respectfully invoked. I regret I cannot accompany
ded slightly. J. D. RickenbackerPrivateCo. B, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Wounded slightly. J. W. ThomasPrivateCo. A, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Wounded slightly. R. H. WannamakerPrivateCo. A, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Wounded slightly. H. E. CriseePrivateCo. C, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Wounded mortally. A. O. BanksLieutenantCo. C, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Missing. J. G. ReaphartCorporalCo. C, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Missing. H. P. HyserPrivateCo. C, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Missing. Thomas FleckleyPrivateCo. C, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Missing. J. J. RichardsonPrivateCo. D, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Killed. W. W. WillisPrivateCo. D, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Wounded painfully. R. N. W. HarkagPrivateCo. D, 1st Bat. S. C. V.Wounded slightly. W. T. SpeaksLieutenantKirk's Co. Par. RangersWounded slightly. P. E. TerryLieutenantKirk's Co. Par. RangersWounded painfully. B. W. DavisSergeantKirk's Co. Par. RangersWounded in thigh. Jasper JohnsPrivateCo. F, 3d S. C. CavalryWounded in thigh. John AdamsPrivateCo. F, 3d S. C. CavalryWounded severely. L. RitterPri
Twenty-fifth Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Thomas; Sixth Mississippi battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel Balfour; Twenty-seventh Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Marks; Third Mississippi volunteers, Colonel Mellon; Seventeenth Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Richardson; Fourth Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Allen; Company I, Thirty-seventh Mississippi volunteers, Captain Randall; First Mississippi Light artillery, Colonel Withers; regiment heavy artillery, Colonel Jackson; Eighth Louisiana battalion, Pincktack, was so patiently and carefully performed by the Twenty-sixth, Twenty-seventh, and Twenty-eighth Louisiana volunteers, under Colonels Declonet, Marks, and Allen Thomas; the Fourth and Seventeenth Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Allen and Colonel Richardson; also by the Third regiment and Sixth battalion Mississippi volunteers, Colonel Mellon and Lieutenant-Colonel Balfour, together with Withers' Light Artillery, under Lieutenant-Colonel Parker, that I felt secure in giving most of my attentio