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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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and Larkin Wilder, company G, not serious; Corp'l J F Haynes, seriously, N S Bates and A J Ayers, not seriously, company I; Thos C Cato, Jas Collins, and J D Allman, company E, not seriously; J F Dye, company K, knocked down by explosion of shell, and slightly disabled. Total 25. Missing: Company A, none; company B, privates Hugh Lynch and Patrick Martin; company C, none; company D, none; company E, private Ruffin Harrold; company F, Ord Sergt Wm F Garrison, Privates John R Weir, and Barnabes Thompson; company G, none; company H, none; company I, none; company K, none. Total 6. Jas. P. Perkins, Adj't. Casualties in 38th Virginia. Killed--20; seriously wounded, 80; slightly wounded, 88; missing, 14, of whom 4 are said to have been killed. The regiment deeply regrets the loss of Lts. S. S. Swanson, Wm. Norman, and Charles Scott; and Capts. E. W. Carrington and S. S. Lucke. The loss of Capt Carrington is peculiarly affecting. He came to join us as a volunteer officer,