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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.55 (search)
W. T. Meade, Jacqueline S. Morgan, Benjamin Miller, R. McD. McCown, John H. McClintic, Hezekiah Nicely, John McK. Parry, John A. Patton, James E. Poague, James W. Poague, Oliver B. Powers, Charles Pulse, Jacob Pulse, Levi Pulse, Zebulon Rader, Jacob N. Rhodes, John W. Robertson, Iverson S. Root, James W. Ruff, John A. Ruff, Andrew Robinson, William H. Sale, Jacob A. Supinger, Samuel J. Shafer, Robert Supinger, Charles Schindel, William C. St. Clair, T. Lackey Scott, Peachy R. Taliaferro, James Turpin, Nash Turpin, W. W. Tribbett, William H. Taylor, A. A. Thompson, A. S. Trevey, Cyrus A. Trevey, David A. Trevey, Adam Unroe, John Van Lear, Thomas S. White, Robert K. Wilson, Samuel A. Wilson, Samuel L. Wilson, Joseph Wilson, John W. Wright, David H. Witt, Jacob H. Wilmore, William James Wash, John West, William Luckess Welch and John W. Zollman. Killed—John M. Dunlap, at Gettysburg; William H. Adair, at Gettysburg; Ezekiel Gilbert, at Cannon's farm, near Richmond; James W. Ruff, at Co
The Daily Dispatch: February 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Safety of Capt. Cook--release of prisoners. (search)
Reported. --Lieut. L. M. Carter, of the night-watch, has reported to the Mayor that a general riot and fight occurred on Monday night at the house of Bernard Tracy, on 17th street, and that in the melee that ensued Patrick Bradley and James Turpin were stabbed.--The wounded being soldiers, were sent to one of the hospitals. The affair will be inquired into when they sufficiently recover to attend court as witnesses. P. S.--Since writing the above we learn that the parties wounded each other. One received a painful gash in the breast, and the other had his elbow joint out off. Both wounds were severe.