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The Daily Dispatch: April 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3. 1 1 Browse Search
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.) 1 1 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3., The opposing forces in the Vicksburg campaign: May 1st-July 4th, 1863. (search)
s G. Wilson. Artillery, Capt. Geo. C. Gumbart: E, 2d Ill., Lieut. Geo. L. Nispel; K, 2d Ill., Capt. Benj. F. Rodgers; 5th Ohio, Lieut. Anthony B. Burton; 7th Ohio, Capt. Silas A. Burnap; 15th Ohio, Capt. Edward Spear, Jr. Provisional division (joined June 3d), Brig.-Gen. Nathan Kimball. Engelmann's Brigade, Col. Adolph Engelmann: 43d Ill., Lieut.-Col. Adolph Dengler; 61st Ill., Maj. Simon P. Ohr; 106th Ill., Maj. John M. Hunt; 12th Mich., Col. Wm. H. Graves. Richmond's Brigade, Col. Jonathan Richmond: 18th 111., Col. Daniel H. Brush; 54th Ill., Col. Greenville M. Mitchell; 126th Ill., Maj. Wm. W. Wilshire; 22d Ohio, Col. Oliver Wood. Montgomery's Brigade, Col. Milton Montgomery: 40th Iowa, Col. John A. Garrett; 3d Minn., Col. Chauncey W. Griggs; 25th Wis., Lieut.-Col. Samuel J. Nasmith; 27th Wis., Col. Conrad Krez. Seventeenth Army Corps, Maj.-Gen. James B. McPherson. Escort: 4th Co. Ohio Cav., Capt. John S. Foster. Loss: Port Gibson, w, 1. Third division, Maj.-Gen. John
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
illery, Battery I. 1st Illinois Light Artillery, Battery M. Illinois Light Artillery, Cogswell's Bat. Indiana Light Artillery, 6th Battery. Cavalry. 7th Illinois, Co. B. Provisional division. composed of the 1st and 2d brigades of the 3d division, and four regiments from the 6th division. Brigadier-general Nathan Kimball. Engelmann's brigade. Colonel Adolph Engelmann. 43d Illinois. 61st Illinois. 106th Illinois. 12th Michigan. Richmond's brigade. Colonel Jonathan Richmond. 18th Illinois. 54th Illinois. 126th Illinois. 22d Ohio. Montgomery's brigade. Colonel Milton Montgomery. 40th Iowa. 3d Minnesota. 25th Wisconsin. 27th Wisconsin. Artillery. Ohio Light Artillery, 11th Battery. Fourth division. temporarily attached to the 13th corps. Brigadier-general Jacob G. Lauman. First brigade. Colonel Isaac C. Pugh. 41st Illinois. 53d Illinois. 3d Iowa. 33d Wisconsin. Second brigade Colonel Cyrus Hall. 14th Illinois. 15
flags which had been prepared. The people then returned to town. Notice was given that speeches would be delivered in the Court-House. A general rush was made to hear them. Messrs. Walter Preston, Jas. W. Humes, Joseph T. Campbell, Jonathan Richmond, Isaac B. Dunn, Col. E. S. Martin, Gov. McMullin, Dr. Jas. L. White and Wm. White responded to calls made upon them by the crowd. Each gentleman made eloquent appeals to the people — each said that he was willing to engage in the fight. Cany company that would take him in! Dr. White remarked that he had been administering blue pills to the people here — now he wanted to give doses of blue pills of a different kind to Abe Lincoln and his Black Republican myrmidons. Col. Dunn, Mr. Richmond, W. Burton, Esq., and Mr. Humes, of Knoxville, Tenn., all were ready to do their best. The war spirit of the descendants of King's Mountain is stirred up. The Temperance Hall and the building for Martha Washington College have been converted
ry to the full equipment of these companies. Large and most liberal private subscriptions have been made by our citizens for providing all needed supplies. A "Home Guard," consisting of sixty of our townsmen over 45 years of age, was readily formed on Saturday last, and organized with Col. J. M. Raff as Captain. By order of the Governor, ten thousand muskets from the Institute armory have been forwarded in 100 wagons to the railroad at Staunton, from there to be sent with dispatch to Richmond — the object being by this movement to have the flint locks on these muskets changed to percussion. Seven thousand pounds of powder have been removed from the Institute magazine, by order of Gen. Harper, and expressed by wagon to Winchester. This draft leaves near 20,000 arms, and 18,000 pounds of powder, together with other munitions of war, for further demands. A correspondent at Buchanan, Botetourt county, writes: Rumor having reached us that Abraham the 1st had called upon t
Charles F. Hewett was arrested in Boston on the 13th instant, on a charge of enticing soldiers away from some of the Massachusetts regiments to join the Irish Brigade in New York city. Capt. Jonathan Richmond, Jr., of Lee county, (son of Gen. Jonathan Richmond,) died at Wytheville, on Saturday week, where he had recently gone with his company of volunteers to join Gen. Floyd's Brigade. All the sovereigns of Europe have received invitations to be present at the coming coronation Gen. Jonathan Richmond,) died at Wytheville, on Saturday week, where he had recently gone with his company of volunteers to join Gen. Floyd's Brigade. All the sovereigns of Europe have received invitations to be present at the coming coronation of the King and Queen of Prussia. General Butler, it is said, goes back to Massachusetts, having been authorized to raise a division of 5,000 men in that State. At Boston all kinds of plain cotton cloth have advanced from one half to three-fourths of a cent a yard within a week. Lieut. E. F. Paxton, of Lexington, Va., has been promoted to the post of Aide-de-camp to Gen. Jackson. The ship Helene arrived at Baltimore on Friday, from Bremen, with 181 emigrant passengers. D