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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 18 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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with his band of yelling hounds, left this place, bound southward to Paris, bearing away the majority of his wounded. He left eighteen in care of our surgeons, several of them supposed to be mortally wounded. I send our list of wounded: Captain Rogers, Eighteenth Kentucky, leg, slightly. T. S. Duvall, arm amputated. H. Reed, Home Guard, left side. J. W. Minor, Home Guard, left lung. J. Carver, thigh amputated. Geo. Scott, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, wounded, thigh. Charles Tate, Thirty-fourth Ohio, both thighs. Rev. Mr. Morrison, Home Guard, ankle. William Sanders, Home Guard, right thigh. James Little, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, right lung. Christian Ledger, Home Guard, shoulder and ankle. W. J. Hill, Home Guard, right thigh. A. J. Powers, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, right leg. R. Rose, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, left hip. John W. Adams, left side. Wm. Hinman, Eighteenth Kentucky, left thigh. Milton A. Hall, Seventh Kentucky cavalry, r
ndred and sixty men and a large number of officers captured at this point. In forming for this charge, Captains Allis and Tate, and Lieutenants Bull, Chittenden, Tate and Potts, as well as other company officers, deserve great credit for the coolnesTate and Potts, as well as other company officers, deserve great credit for the coolness and courage displayed. We continued falling back for about one and a half miles when we found our cavalry drawn up in line; and where a halt was ordered and the regiment re-formed. Notwithstanding my men were very much exhausted and suffering fjoined by the following-named officers, who had not withdrawn from the field: Captains Cowgill, Warnock, Hansan, Allis and Tate, and I believe, Captain Wylie, Captain Taylor being on picket-duty; these constituted all the Captains from Franklin countng ably seconded you in the capacity of Aid on the retreat. In addition I beg to mention Lieut. Bull, Davidson, Robinson, Tate, Chrisman and Colwell, who remained on the field. The list would doubtless have been much larger, had not the advance tho
ndred and sixty men and a large number of officers captured at this point. In forming for this charge, Captains Allis and Tate, and Lieutenants Bull, Chittenden, Tate and Potts, as well as other company officers, deserve great credit for the coolnesTate and Potts, as well as other company officers, deserve great credit for the coolness and courage displayed. We continued falling back for about one and a half miles when we found our cavalry drawn up in line; and where a halt was ordered and the regiment re-formed. Notwithstanding my men were very much exhausted and suffering fjoined by the following-named officers, who had not withdrawn from the field: Captains Cowgill, Warnock, Hansan, Allis and Tate, and I believe, Captain Wylie, Captain Taylor being on picket-duty; these constituted all the Captains from Franklin countng ably seconded you in the capacity of Aid on the retreat. In addition I beg to mention Lieut. Bull, Davidson, Robinson, Tate, Chrisman and Colwell, who remained on the field. The list would doubtless have been much larger, had not the advance tho