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the enemy rallied and charged furiously again. The rebel captain ordered Hitchcock to surrender, firing at the same time his revolver at Corporal John Heron, who dropped unhurt to his knees, and sent a ball through the miscreant's breast, which proved fatal. Rebel citizens state that the opposing force numbered fifty men, and acknowledge their loss to be one captain, sergeant, and two privates killed, and eight wounded. The Union loss was as follows: Killed — George Diegs, company H; Lewis Taylor, company H; Peter Grant, company H; Samuel Moden, company G. Wounded — William Gallin, company B; Henry Brown, company H; Mil Beckford, company H; William Hegdon, company H; Zeno Callahan, company H; Duncan Turner, company H; John Bodly, company H. John C. Crane, acting quartermaster at Nashville, Tenn., in a note to Andrew Johnson, Governor of that State, says: The bearer, (colored,) Jane Woodall, is my house-servant. She is a slave, claimed by Christopher Woodall, a residen
son, thigh; W C Peguesgrabt, Privates Thos Askew, leg; H C Cater arm; T K Cathey, hand; J W Deans, do; W W Ellington, head; B Jones, arm and leg; Chas Kirker, face; T Prince, hip, W H Percell, hand; S H Roels, face; S Young, leg. Total Killed, 3; wounded, 16; loss, 12. Company E.--Killed; Lt W C Faith. Wounded:--Simpson, mortally; Dan'l James, face; Allen Shultz, hip and side. Killed, 1; wounded, 3; missing 2; total, 6. Company F.--Killed: A J Garner, Privates Kennedy, Jacob Taylor, Lewis Taylor, Spinks, Espy. Wounded: Sergt Oldham, leg; Corp'l Cawley and Johnson, Privates Fitts, Campbell, James, Smith, Brown, Degby, Lightsey, Killed, 6; wounded, 11; missing, 3; total, 20. Company G.--Killed: Private Humphrey. Wounded: Corpl Butt, Privates Adams, Ashworth, Carroll, Dodds, Finicy, Farrington, Gossett, Gaddy, Hughes, McGee, Ross, Rosser, Ray. Killed, 1, Wounded, 14; missing, 1; total, 16. Company H.--Killed : Sergt J D Sanders, priv'ts T J Jay J J Segmor. Wounded: Capt M L S
The Daily Dispatch: February 19, 1864., [Electronic resource], The address of Congress to the people of the Confederate States. (search)
More Executions of deserters at Kinston. --The execution of seven deserters at Kinston, N. C., on the 13th, has been published. On the 16th thirteen more were banged. The correspondent of the Raleigh Confederate. says: J. S. Brock, Wm. Haddock, C. Huffman, Stephen Jones, A. J. Britton, J. I. Sumerien, William H. Daughtry, Lewis Taylor, Lewis Freeman, and Jno. Freeman, of Nethercutt's battalion; and W. D. Jones, of Wright's battalion, and Jos. Brock, of the 27th N. C. regiment, and C. R. Cuthrelt, of Latham's battery, were all hanged in this place on yesterday, by order of court martial, for deserting their comrade and taking up arms on the enemy's side. They all received the ordinance of baptism, according to the dictates of their own consciences, on the morning of their execution. Two were baptized by immersion by the Rev. Mr. Camp, of the Baptist Church, whilst the others were sprinkled and poured by the Rev. Mr. Paris, of General Hoke's brigade, who were their spiri