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The Daily Dispatch: September 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], The battle of Friday last, and particulars Connected Therewith. (search)
e loss terrible. Gen. Ewell's division, particularly the brigades of Gens. Early, Lawton, and Trimble, engaged the enemy very soon after Jackson's division, and to the left, and fully sustained the reputation this veteran division had heretofore achieved. The battle raged fiercely until 9 o'clock at night, when our troops rested upon the battle-field. Gen. Ewell was shot through the knee. Gen. Trimble it is said in the foot. Gen. Taliaferro in the arm, neck and leg the first wound, being the only one of any consequence, disabling him. Col, Neff, 33d Va., was killed. Col. Botts, 2nd Va., severely wounded. Col. Griggsly, 27th, wounded. Maj, Nuelenbonach and Col. Rowan, 2nd, severely wounded. Maj. Terry, 4th; Maj. Scott, 25th; Capt Fulton Lieut. Meade Lieut Arnett and a number of other officers wounded, and many killed whose names were not reported at the time our inform and left. Gen. Longstreet's forces were seen debouching from the Thoroughfare Gap during the fight.
tleman of the interior of Pennsylvania, has been seized and sent to Fort Lafayette for the crime of frankly expressing his opinions of Lincoln's administration, and thus throwing obstacles in the way of the recruiting service. He is of the Democratic persuasion, and, of course, hostile to Mr. L's party. The Lancaster (Penn.) Eagle, of the 14th ult, thus alludes to the subject: Dr. Olds was dragged from his bed and the bosom of his family at half past 10 o'clock on Tuesday night, by Wm. Scott and other hired tools of the Lincoln unscrupulous and despotic administration. This high handed usurpation of power, "might against right," cannot but arouse the indignation of all who are capable of appreciating its enormity. When the provisions of the Constitution and the laws made in pursuance thereof were the "supreme law of the land," then it was the pride and glory of the freeman in this once happy land to cry aloud, no matter when or where, "I am an American citizen!" But how is i