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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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C--Killed, Sergt. W. Fletcher; wounded. privates.--Graham, --Riley,--Hurst, and — Hurst. Co. B--Wounded, privates Wm. Donnelly, F. Bowyer, and W. Thomas. Co. E--Wounded, J. Weadon, S. M. Fling, J. T. Gaines, --Henderson, and — Cox Co. F.--Killed, private Wm. F. Fulton wounded, J. Barton.--Ocstello, W. Dickey, T. Owens, T. Lavenner, and H. Hopkins Co. C--Wounded, Capt. Berry, privates J. T. Ayre, S. Dickey, G. Cummings, C. Dyer, J. Trammel, and J. McIntosh Co. B--Wounded, Lt. Chamblin, Sergis Taylor and Fadily, Corpl. Peacock, and private Bass. Co. J.--Wounded, W. A. Dennis. Co. K--Wounded, Lt. Lake and private E. Redmond. The following casualties are reported in the Warrenton Rifles, 17th Virginia regiment: --Love, of Fairfax, killed; John E Fisher, wounded in arm; W. G. Foster, slightly in leg; Elies Edmends, slightly wounded. Affairs on yesterday. Movements along our whole line yesterday were of an uninteresting, desultory, and monotonous character. Since the fierce