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The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], Vice President Stephens and the hospitals. (search)
Private Costello,(head shot off by bomb,) Private Furr. Wounded — C. Furr, (since died,) Lieut. Pettit, shot in the thigh, badly; Lieut. Gray, slightly, in hip. Company G, Capt. Jas. Thrift. Killed — James Ballinger. Wounded--Privates Templer, Henry O'Banion, John Hutcheson. Company H, Capt. J. M. Wample, Was sent to the burnt bridge on Goose Creek to guard the approach and did not engage in the fight. Company I, Capt. J. R. Simpson. Killed — None, Wounded — Chas. E. Taylor, seriously; 1 t. Carter, slightly, in hand; John W. Shillman, flesh wound in arm; John Simond, slight wound in shoulder. John Rush, slightly. Company K, Capt. R. Taylor Scott. Killed — None. Wounded--Private Silas Handbeck, seriously; Jos. Furr, badly; Erasmus Fletcher, do.; Wm. Rector, do.; John Lidall, slightly; Chs. Fewell, do.; J. T. Cook, do.; William Swain, do. The casualties in the 19th Mississippi were few. The regiment was on picket duty some miles away, and