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within long musket range of a small party of the rebels, and had sent a few shots after them, though without any known effect except, on the vis a tergo principle, to accelerate their speed. In a few moments the cavalry squad returned, marching between them a couple of the rebels, with the green, shirt-fashion blouse, and white muslin rag over the cap, that were known as the uniform of a raw militia cavalry company of the rebels. One of the prisoners was from Parkersburg — the other from Guyandotte. Both had been at Cross Lanes, and one of the fellows was relieved of the sword of Capt. Dyer, which he had stripped from the corpse of the poor Captain on the field. Meantime the general had already ordered forward the column, had gathered up the more intelligent of the citizens, and questioned them about the roads and by-ways, and all the topographical features of the country; had procured the official map of the county from the Clerk's office, and had learned from the frightened inh
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 136. siege of Cotton Hill, Va., October 30 to November 7, 1861. (search)
llant State. Adjutant Welhedel has just left for home, and ere many days, unless we have a big fight, you may see, Yours truly, Kentuckian. Col. Sedgewick's letter. Headquarters Second Ky. Regiment, U. S. A., camp at Tompkins farm, Western Va., Nov. 4. 1861. The health of the regiment is very excellent, and we now number more men for duty than any regiment in Virginia, (eight hundred and eighty-four men,) although we have followed and fought the rebels since July last, from Guyandotte to Big Sewell Mountain, and back to this place. The rebels have been gathering for some time past on the opposite side of the river, and during the last three days a constant and terrific fire of artillery and musketry has been kept up on both sides. On yesterday they succeeded in killing a private of the Thirteenth Ohio Volunteer regiment, and private Hyer of Company D (Woodward Guards) of our regiment. The two men lay where they fell for some time — the fire from the rebel side bein
Doc. 150. Massacre at Guyandotte, Va. Adjutant wheeler's report. the undersigned, actin the Ohio River, and four in crossing the Guyandotte River. Several others are missing, and are suphe Boston, some shots were fired at her from Guyandotte, which were answered by a shot from a small ebel army were at Barboursville, marching on Guyandotte, but I supposed it to be a false rumor. Yter account. Our neighboring town of Guyandotte, Virginia, opposite the upper part of this countyhe Ninth Virginia regiment, with his camp at Guyandotte. He had altogether about one hundred and fie hundred and forty men under his command in Guyandotte. Eighteen were in the hospital, mostly withanguinary struggle at the bridge over the Guyandotte River, and those who have since visited the bri. Three of our men attempted to swim the Guyandotte River; two of them are reported shot; one did sobert Stewart, a notorious rebel, just above Guyandotte, and wounded severely in the thigh. Wilson