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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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nergetic, and always in the lead in the proper place — no braver man lives. The following is a list of our killed and wounded, as many friends will look with interest to see the fate of their friends in the battle, to wit: killed, wounded, and missing. Twenty-Fifth Ohio regiment.--Killed.--Co. D--Private Charles Latham. Co. E--Corporal Levi S. Stewart; Privates Christopher J. Thayer, Isaac Nyne. Co. F--Private John C. Fuller. Co. G--Private Wm. J. Maher. Wounded.--Co. A--Sergt. Hezekiah Thomas, seriously; Privates J. W. Holland, seriously; C. H. King, seriously; Levi Butler, slightly; Henry Meek, slightly; Levi Ryan, slightly; Wm. J. Lockwood, slightly; Samuel Henry, slightly; James McMullins, slightly; Daniel J. Crooks, slightly; James C. Bolan, slightly. Co. B--Second Lieut. John D. Merriman, slightly; First Sergt. George W. Martin, slightly; Corporal Charles Beck, left arm fractured; Private Joseph J. Hopton, slightly. Co. C--Sergeant Wm. Henthorn, supposed mortally;
Doc. 230. secret history of the rebellion. see page 251, documents, ante. Letter from ex-gov. Thomas, of Maryland. House of Representatives, Wednesday, Dec. 18, 1861. To the Editors of the Baltimore Clipper: gentlemen: A friend to-day directed my attention to an article in which there are some errors, which I beg permission to correct. Gov. Pickens, of South Carolina, at the meeting of Southern members of Congress, held in the room of the Committee of Claims, in February, 1837, did not propose that resolutions should be offered to Congress, and if they were not adopted, then every Southern man should leave the capitol, and I regret to discover that I was understood to make such a declaration, recently, in the Front street Theatre. That the occurrence referred to by me, in my remarks before the audience in the theatre, may not be misunderstood, please allow to me space for a brief explanation. In February, 1837, the day next succeeding that on which the votes for