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The Daily Dispatch: August 23, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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tion killed. The Twelfth Virginia regiment lost six killed, twenty-nine wounded and four missing. Total, thirty-nine. Passengers by the Petersburg train last evening represent that the affair of Sunday was much less disastrous than it was reported to have been. Some say that our loss was not over seven hundred, and the highest estimate that we heard was one thousand, killed, wounded and missing. The following are the casualties in Braxton's Fredericksburg battery: Killed: Private Bernard Taylor. Wounded: Privates Edward Howison, lost a leg, (since dead); S. Charters, slightly; --Spence, in head; Charles Donahoe, slightly; John T. Roberts, in neck, slightly. All quiet yesterday with the exception of some cannonading in the afternoon. A raiding party out. Intelligence was received yesterday that a party of raiders had started from Grant's army with the supposed intention of cutting the Southside and, perhaps, the Danville railroad. Official. Official di
Cage Items. --The following arrests were made by the Mayor's police yesterday: Joshua, slave of Capt. Quarterman, charged with stealing a vest from Nicholas Carroll, (whipped by order of Alderman Taylor and dismissed); John Maxwell, white, trespassing upon lesser Hutchinson and breaking off the window blinds to his house; and Thomas Quinn, white, charged with assaulting and beating Ann Riley.