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The Daily Dispatch: November 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
. A. Nelson, W. T. Parker, A. M. Redd, T. G. Riddle, Lewis Riband, D. R. Shull. Elias Spenser, C. Scruggs, W. Waddle, Samuel Wick, Samuel Speake. [30] Twenty-third South Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff. Ord. Sergeant J. J. Beck, C. S. Sergeant R. R. Billups, Q. M. Sergeant E. A. Davis. Co. A. Private Jos. Pate, Jas. Locklair, H. R. Scott, W. B. Vick, Private C. L. O'Gorman, Jessie Deas, W. W. O'Bryan. Co. B. Sergeant E. A. Swinton, Corporal Marion Ross, J. Furgerson, Corporal J. F. Robertson, Private I. M. Loften. Co. C. Sergeant Isaac Epton. Private Jas. Berry, Private H. J. Erwin, J. W. Lake. Co. D. Private Jas. Sutler. Co. E. Sergeant——Brigman H. G. Price Private J. A. Jones, H. L. Godbolt, Private T. F. Huggins, C. C. Wellington, bolt, W. Hullam. Co. F. Sergeant R. A. Boyd, Corporal J. Darly, S. F. Kirk, T. L. Allen, J. A. Carter, Private W. C. Hedgepath, A. P. Varnadon, E. B. Quinton, J.
their affairs did not lead to fortune, and they are now on a rapidly increasing ebb. In its news from the South the Inquirer has the following dispatch: Cairo, Nov. 20.--A letter from Corinth says that John Porter, of the 21st Ohio, and Williams, of the 23d Ohio, arrived there from Atlanta, Ga. They belonged to a party of twenty-five men sent out by Gen. Mitchell last summer, and were captured by the rebels. They make the following statement: Captain Andrews, George D. Wilson, Marion Ross, P. G. Shaddock, and Wm. Campbell, of the 2d Ohio, and Wouldgin Scott, of the 1st Ohio, and Samuel Slaver, of the 23d Ohio, were tried at Knoxville and hung at Atlanta, June 18th. The others remained in prison until twenty-two days since, when they broke jail, but as they scattered as soon as they got out, it was impossible to tell what became of them. M'Clellan at New York. New York, Nov. 20. --Gen. McClellan visited Gen. Scott to day, and will be serenaded this evening if t