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The Daily Dispatch: May 19, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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e Rappahannock. Three of the enemy's gunboats appeared off Fort Lowry, in the Rappahannock river about six miles below Tappahannock, on Tuesday, and more were reported coming up the river. Lists of casualties. List of killed and wounded in company G. (Richmond Grays,) 19th Va vols, Mahone's brigade, in the battle at Spotsylvania Court-House: Killed: Sgt Robt A Phillips, Private Chas Granger, Wounded Capt. Robt Mayo, severely in hand; Privates Samuel S. Clarks, slightly; Joseph Shipp, slightly; Thos Walsh, slightly; Corp, W. P. Mayo, severely through body. Casualties in the 15th Va. Regiment.--This regiment was in Corse's brigade. General Corse was slightly wounded: Field and Staff — Wounded: Major C. H. Clark, in leg; Act't, Jas. N. August, mortally. Co. A--Killed: 1st Lt. J. R. Bradley, Serg't J. B. Dodd, Corp'l R. R. Smith, Privates T. H. Jackson, W. S. Taylor. Wounded: Corp'l W. A. Blankinship, dangerously; Privates Geo. E. Coddin, dangerously, (s