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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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greeable to you. The storm then broke upon the little garrison, and raged with great fury for nearly the whole day, but finally the enemy was driven from every position, and the garrison left in possession of the field. I call special attention to the accompanying report of Brigadier-General Corse, which affords a full and graphic account of this remarkable battle. Our losses were quite heavy. The aggregate killed and wounded being seven hundred and seven; among tile wounded, Colonel Richard Rowell, Seventh Illinois veteran infantry, and Lieutenant-Colonel Tourtellotte, Fourth Minnesota infantry, both of whom were complimented for remarkable gallantry. Also Brigadier-General Corse, quite severely wounded about midday. He never left the field, and imbued every body with his own energy and spirit. The garrison buried two hundred and thirty-one rebel dead; captured four hundred and eleven prisoners. Among the prisoners, Brigadier-General Young. We captured three stand of colo