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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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te Wm T Dickey. --Wounded: Lieut H W Chamblin, badly. Company G, Capt. J O Berry — Killed: Private Asa Peck. Wounded: Privates Geo L Williams, slight; Armistead Thompson, slight; Thos Holden, badly; J W Butler, badly; Geo Ghee, badly; J W Kidwell badly; Robt Wells, badly; Company H, Capt. Fistus Griffith--Wounded: CorptMoseley, slightly in thigh; W W Meador, severely in foot; Jno H Persinger, severely in leg; Chas H Settle, severely in hand; Wm Schoonover, slightly in hand; J B Thompson; severely in thigh; H S Trout, slightly in knee; J W Whitesul, in thigh; Jno W Carroll, in leg; Jno R Hardy, thigh. Company K, Capt Robertson commanding, se;) A 8 Hair, 38th N C; (dead;) Chas Marshmont, 44th Ga; M D Pitts, 19th Ga, (dead;) Tim Wheeler, 24th N C; G Osborn, 26th N C; J D Taylor, 2d Miss Battalion; H B Thompson, 12th Miss; T L Hatchett, 44th Ga; B F Parker, 24th N C; D R Foster, 24th N C; J H Russell, 12th N C; J O C Burlow, 26th N C; W M Carter, 38th N C; J P Bradshaw
ajor Davis, of the Second Virginia Infantry who had been at the battle of Bull Run, and in all the engagements since fought in the Valley, under Jackson. He is a native of Jefferson county, Virginia, is very prepossessing and gentlemanly, and about thirty-five years of age. His coat was of fine gray cloth, with abundant gold lace on the arms and collar; his pantaloons were of light army blue, and his cap of the same color. The prisoners were under charge of a guard, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Thompson, of the 115th Pennsylvania regiment, and appeared in good spirits, taking their present and anticipated confinement with great philosophy. Many were from Northern States, and not a few from Massachusetts. Irishmen were by no means unfrequent among them. The account given by Northern men and foreigners generally was, that they were pressed into the service, or enlisted through want of employment and the means of living. The whole gang were exceedingly sunburnt and rugged th