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The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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d officers of the Seventh Iowa were killed or wounded. The Lieutenant-Colonel and Adjutant were killed, and the Major was wounded and taken prisoner. Under the flag of truce we buried sixty-eight of our men on the field, and brought up thirteen wounded. The enemy report that they have one hundred and eighty prisoners. Fifty-four are wounded-- of whom forty-seven belong to the 22d Illinois and 7th Iowa. Capt. Trevis, of the 20th Illinois, Captain Crabb, of the 7th Iowa, and Lieut. Smith, of the 22d Illinois, are in their hands. Also, Captain Challoner, of the 22d Illinois, and Lieut. Gates, of the 7th Iowa, both wounded. It is stated by persons competent to know, that our loss, in killed and missing, will reach one thousand. The rebel prisoners here state that they had not more than seven regiments engaged in all, including reinforcements from Columbus. Col. Buford's boys arrested a Major Harris, of Tennessee, and brought home their Confederate flag as a
Miscellaneous Items. --The First Station House yesterday morning was numerously inhabited — no less than twenty-nine offenders, white and black, having been deposited therein. Among those arraigned before the Mayor, not noticed elsewhere, was Timothy Kitty, for whipping his wife-- discharged; Julian Smith, for drawing a knife on the watchmen — continued. James H. Lovett, disorderly in the street and interrupting the watchmen — contin