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The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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hey could see no object to fire at, they ceased, every horse having been killed or had thrown his rider. So soon as they had found out they were firing on a flag of truce, they laid down their arms, pick, the nearest houses. Wagons were immediately sent for at the Gap. They came and rendered all the aid that humanity could dictate. Lieut Kimbrough and private George O. Moody were instantly killed. Twelve others were wounded — some of them seriously. R. W. Walker, James Kennedy, T. G. Rogers, A. G. Langford, John Bowers, N. Y. Colvin, W. W. Lloyd, are those whose wounds are the most dangerous. R. A. Armstrong, W. G. Taylor, J. P. Rhoton, Samuel Moser and others are slightly wounded. Capt. Langford, M. J. Dobklus, H. C. Dameron and W. W. Carter are missing up to this hour--(of the 24th, 7 o'clock A. M.) Many fears are entertained for their safety. The captain is supposed to be wounded. Gen. Morgan tries to excuse himself by saying that he had ordered Colonel Carter's r