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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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vates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightly. Company C, Capt. John Dooley.--Wounded-- Lieut. Wm. English, ankle; Serg't. Pat. Rankin, leg, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded — names not reported. Company E, Capt. C. K. Sherman. --Killed--Corporal Theodore Morris. Wounded — Jas. E. Marrow, leg, which has been amputated; Privates P. K. Reiley., in thigh and calf of leg, severely; Thomas Collins, shoulder, severely; C. M. Herring, slightly, by fragment of a shell. Company G, Captain Wm. H. Gordon.--Killed.-- Lieut. H. H. Miles; Privates, J. Scott Mallory, S. S. Wilkinson. Wounded--Privates, Henry Ashby, left foot, slightly; G. F. Knanff, left hand, slightly; Jas. A. Royster, right arm, slightly; Robt. A
The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Partition of territory in the Old Union. (search)
ould bear him to some spring. The universal cry of these unfortunates was for water, and even the unhurt men — nay, even those who had not yet been engaged, were parched with the consuming force of the terrible excitement. When we arrived, Sherman's guns were still engaged in playing with the batteries of the enemy, and the infantry were not upon the field. The reinforcements also were withheld, and the battle left to the great guns alone. The 69th and 79th, and Wisconsin 2d, were drawnn the service. Senators were ready to vote for it, but Mr. Wilson insisted as usual upon making a speech, in doing which he made a sweeping denunciation of military officers for the Bull Run stampede, which did not relish with some Senators. Mr. Sherman rebuked him for his language in open Senate. Mr. Brigadier General Wilson, it is said, made double-quick time from Bull Run on Sunday. If that is true, it ill-becomes him, as chairman of the Military Committee of the United States, to censur
The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Voice from the New York Stock Board. (search)
Sherman's battery. We are requested to insert the following: It is generally understood that the celebrated battery of Sherman consisted of sixteen guns, and as it is not probable that all these guns were placed in immediate juxtaposition, hence the fact that they were not all captured by the same charge or the same regiSherman consisted of sixteen guns, and as it is not probable that all these guns were placed in immediate juxtaposition, hence the fact that they were not all captured by the same charge or the same regiment, and hence the conflicting claims set up by different regiments to the honor of taking them. From accounts received by the writer from eye-witnesses at Manassas, he feels entirely warranted in saying that the 18th Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, under Col. Withers, certainly participated in the final capture of some of S the final capture of some of Sherman's guns, and that Lieut. Shields, of the Black Eagle Company, Cumberland county, belonging to that regiment, assisted by a gentleman named Evans, an officer in one of the South Carolina Regiments, actually turned one of the guns and fired it several times on the retreating enemy. Justice.
The Washington Volunteers. --We have just been furnished with the following list: List of the killed and wounded of the volunteers from Washington City, attached to the Confederate Army. Of the 1st Va. Regiment, company commanded by Capt. C. K. Sherman: Corporal Isidore Morris, killed. Privates — James E. Manon and P. K. Reilly, severely wounded;--Collins and C. M. Henning, slightly wounded. Of the 7th Virginia Regiment, company commanded by Capt. R. Cleary: Privates — James Cummings, Levin Hoskinson, P. Robinson and H. Carter, killed. Lt. D. M Cleary, Privates E. Moulden,--Lemmon,--Edelin and Pacey, severely wounded Lt. Ed Duvall, Corporal James S. Tansill, and Private McNerhany, slightly wounde