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near Fredericksburg: Co A — Ira Brockman, eyes shot out. Co B — John L Freeman killed. Wounded: Ph Massey, head, slight At Dalin, slight; R W Tweedy, arm; Jas Trent, slight, inside. Co C — Wounded: J P Duval, finger shot off; M R Figgina, slight. Co D — Wounded: W W Pattus, leg, severe; Lewis Napper, finger; Wm Carpenter, slight. Co E — Wounded: Martin Smith, arm slight; Wap Pemberton, arm, flesh; Philip Redd, leg amputated; Jos McMurrain, leg, slight. Co F — Killed: Wm Thompson. Wounded; Sgt N Wilhoit, finger; T J Pettit, finger. Co H — Wounded: Serg't Mattmgly, nose; Doctor Bailey, shoulder, M T Mattox, hand; Serg't G W McDaniels, leg, slight. Co I — Wounded: Rd Robertson, thumb; Joseph Nickson, shoulder. Co K — Wounded: Mitchell Poling, slight; B F Naloney, finger; F W Sheetz, hand, slight; J M Riddle, ankle. List of wounded in the 1st Reg't Va Vols, on the 11th instant, before Fredericksburg: Co C. (Montgomery Guard)--Corp'l Jo
W Miller, and Jno Thompson, Jr, three freeholders of the said county, do hereby certify that by virtue of a warrant to us, directed by Benjamin Anderson, a justice of the said county, we have this day viewed and appraised a horse, taken up by Wm Thompson as an estray, and assess the value of the said estray at $175. The said horse is about 5 feet 2 inches high, has marks of the collar and a sore back, a sorrel in color, and about 7 years old; he has a star in the forehead and a white strip dowtray at $175. The said horse is about 5 feet 2 inches high, has marks of the collar and a sore back, a sorrel in color, and about 7 years old; he has a star in the forehead and a white strip down to the nose; his hind legs and postures bend very much, and seems to be injured in the left stifle joint and is stringhalted in the left hind leg. Given under our hands this 17th day of September, 1863. L Woodson, Nar W Miller, J Thompson. Jr. Wm. Miller, D. C. A Copy — Teste: oc 29--1aw3t
Death of old citizens of Memphis. --The Memphis Appeal publishes the following list of old citizens of Memphis who have died since the occupation of that city by the Federals: Jesse M Tate, John Y Bayless, Henry D Small, Josiah Horn, Esq. John Houston, Gabriel Smither, John Trigg, Jo Stoner, A O Harris, Thos W Hunt, O Murran, Dan Hughes, Bishop J H Otey, Rufus Joiner, Capt. Wm Wray, Elijah Cheek, John rannora, Knox Walker, Wm Thompson, Esq, James Royd, T J Crofferd, J E Morton, Person W Bryant, W C Hasselt, Matt Farrington, James Adams, C W Alexander, Mrs. Hurr, Mrs. Low Smith, Mrs. Wm Houston, Mrs. Miles Temple, Mrs. Austin Fowikes, Miles M Temple, D McCombs, Wm Thomas, Dr. J S Walker, S B Curtis, John W Todne, Duncan B Flerson, Nov. 1863; Wm A Blythe, Thomas James, Dec. 1863; John C McLemore, Feb. 1863; S Y Watson, Mrs. S Y Watson, Mrs. Cave, Mrs. W D Ferguson, Elijah Carter, Theodore Affrick, James Bora Sheppard, of the firm of Sheppard & Moore.