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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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it, their numerous hospitals were all filled with wounded, and many were taken to private houses. The mortality among the wounded was large. Those who were able to be removed were sent to their homes, and many of the sick had also been sent off. New hospitals were provided in anticipation of the late battles, and all were filled. Many well known and influential citizens of Richmond were killed. Purcell's battery, composed of men of the first-families, had but one man left unhurt. Major Walker, who was killed, was a leading citizen. No Generals of note were killed or wounded. He heard a rebel General say, that in Tuesday's battle there was a perfect road of their army, the cavalry in their retreat riding over the infantry, and killing and wounding many of their own men. The people of Richmond were quite confident that McClellan's army could not reach that city. --Early in the spring some of the wealthiest citizens removed their families, but when the Federal army moved t
ficer Baptist, was committed.--Robert Shelton, slave of Henry Cox. and Mary. slave of Walter Leak, were ordered a licking for indulging in a mutual encounter on Sunday, in the alley in rear of the Exchange Hotel.--Daniel Keys was arraigned for stealing $20 from Wm. Maddox. It appeared that the party wanted change for the note, and Keys proffered his services to obtain it. He took the note for that purpose, but forgot to return. He was sent to the Hustings Court for trial.--Wm. J. and J. Thomas Walker, the lads charged with robbing the canal boats Link, Jefferson, and J. H. Davis, of sundry articles of personal property, were examined, and it appearing that the crime had been committed in Goochland county, they were sent thither for trial.--Adolph Meyer, charged by Shadrack Corby with "taking some hay from a wagon," was brought up. Prisoner belongs to Cutts's battalion, and though some half-dozen willing witnesses appeared to testify against him, they could not make the act felonious