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The Daily Dispatch: April 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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nes, do; Brown, 13th Tenn. do; Adjutant of 13th Tenn, do; Capt Wilkins, do; Harvey Walker, do; Jno Savege and ap, of Shelby county, do; Lt Bell, do; Capt W K Crawford, I T Ark, do; Co Bate, do; Maj Doak, killed; J J Maggine, 8th Ark, wounded; R C Tyler, do; Maj & Lowry, 6th Miss, wounded; Lieutenant Col Stewart, do; Miks Doffee, 8th Ark, wounded; McMinn, 16th la, do; Capt. Pitmen, 13th Tenn, do; A D Radkin, 44th do, do; Lt Deabbot, 154th, do; Perriman, 9th Ark, snot in the head; S M Armstrong, Hindman, shell exploded in horse, and wounded by concussion; P Lawler, 4th La, wounded; James McDonald, 4th La., wounded; D J Robchaux, 4th La, wounded; A J Thompson, 4th La., wounded; J P Muse, 4th La, wounded; T J Andrews, 4th La, wounded; Lieut-Col Tyler, 4th Lt, wounded;--Grisson, John Black, two Scarboro's, Ren Lique, Adj't Howell, 13th Tennessee, wounded; W L McWhiter, 27th Tennessee, wounded; W S Hubbs, 27th Tenn, wounded; Joshua Phillips 55th Tenn, grape-shot in eye; J D Moore, 27th Ten
es; the gallant Colonel falls, (shot in the thigh,) but not, as you have it, killed I thought the day already lost and fall back to a place of safety with a full determination to remain in the rear, but encountering Gen. Cheatham's division, and some gallant fellows whom I had seen on another battle field, my anxieties got the poster of my discretion; I galloped along the lines and gave more flattering accounts than I ought. The different companies shout as I give the news; and Lieutenant-Colonel Tyler cordially exclaims: "I will gladly give my life to save this wing." Poor fellow the next time I saw him his gallant was stretched in an ambulance — his cheek blanched that never blanched in danger, and his chest contrasted in agony. He had received a horrible wound in the thigh. Gen. grant it be not mortal. They are in the hall of grapes and musketry, which had brindled our left wing before reinforcement. Col. Smith a regiment in almost decimated, but cross like the air eve