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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
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Williams, W. P. Land. Wounded, privates John A. Capps, (since dead,) mortally; Thomas Mills, mortally; J. L. Proctor, mortally; Corporal C. H. Varnes, severely; privates John Murphy, severely; James Jones, severely; James M. Cannor, severely; G. L. Smith, severely; Sergeant W. H. Fletcher, slightly; privates H. T. Rodgers, slightly; S. D. Frazier; slightly; William Richards, slightly; J. N. English, slightly; Thomas Calhoun, slightly. First Kentucky--Col. Tom. Taylor. Company A.--Corst; A. J. Thompson, in side; J. Cummins, in side Geo. Sime, in foot; Geo. Stump, slightly; C. H. Stoner, seriously, if not mortally; M. L. Asbury, in arm; J. W. Lair, slightly; G. W. Simpson, slightly. Company D.--Corp. Horine, slightly; private Smith, slightly; private P. Hughes and Corp. Robert Carr. Company E.--Killed, Corp. John M. Johnson; wounded, seriously, Noah J. Parsons — left on the field. Company I.--Wounded, private Jas. Burham, slightly; W. Nelson, badly — not since
star in the Presidential mansion, and shared the honors with Mrs. Lincoln with a modest grace and dignity that won her hosts of admirers. She is of medium height and fine form. Her eye is hazel, splendid and speaking. Her face is not what a sickly stripling fresh from college would call handsome, but it beams with gentleness, affection, intelligence and determination. Mrs. McClellan was modestly but richly attired. She retired with the General at an early hour. Secretaries Cameron, Smith, and Welles, and ladies, were present, also Assistant Secretaries Scott, of the War Department, and Seward, of the State Department, with their ladies. The great fact which marked the levee with some degree of importance, and which may hereafter be quoted as significant is, that the Ministers of England, France, Spain, and Prussia did not appear at the levee; but the Ministers of Russia, Sweden, Bremen, and Nicaragua were present, and the Russian Minister was especially cordial in his c