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e line of battle in time to form upon the right of Gen. Slack, where they rendered most prompt and efficient service. For full particulars of the operations of this battalion, I refer you to the report of Lieut.-Col. Major. In the several engagements referred to, I regret the necessity of enumerating so large a list of killed and wounded, hereinafter stated. Before closing this report of the sanguinary battle of the 10th, I beg leave to make my acknowledgments to my staff; also Cols. Robert Walker and Woodson, my assistant aids; especially do I desire to bring before your particular notice the gallant and intrepid manner in which my orders were conveyed by Lieut.Cols. Wm. O. Burton and Samuel Farmington, the former of whom had two, and the latter one horse shot under them, while delivering orders. Throughout the entire engagement, these officers were distinguished for their bravery and dauntless valor. I desire, also, to make my acknowledgments to Col. J. Q. Burbridge, who
e line of battle in time to form upon the right of Gen. Slack, where they rendered most prompt and efficient service. For full particulars of the operations of this battalion, I refer you to the report of Lieut.-Col. Major. In the several engagements referred to, I regret the necessity of enumerating so large a list of killed and wounded, hereinafter stated. Before closing this report of the sanguinary battle of the 10th, I beg leave to make my acknowledgments to my staff; also Cols. Robert Walker and Woodson, my assistant aids; especially do I desire to bring before your particular notice the gallant and intrepid manner in which my orders were conveyed by Lieut.Cols. Wm. O. Burton and Samuel Farmington, the former of whom had two, and the latter one horse shot under them, while delivering orders. Throughout the entire engagement, these officers were distinguished for their bravery and dauntless valor. I desire, also, to make my acknowledgments to Col. J. Q. Burbridge, who
The Daily Dispatch: November 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], The great naval expedition — from Fortress Monroe and Hatteras Inlet. (search)
Porter, 4th Ala., near Alexandria, May 24; Wm. Wilson, Claib. Lang, 1st Va. Cav., Bull Run, July 21; S. S. Green, Governor's Guard, Burke's Station, June--;J. A. Wingfleid, 19th Va., (sick) Centreville; Wm. James, 2d S. C., Fairfax C. H.; Robert O. Lewis, H. Bornamair, R. Pinckney, J. M. McFall, W. J. N. Barton, 4th S. C., Bull Run, July 21; H. C. Ferrell, Hampton's Legion, S. C., Bull Run; July 21; Wesley Burrow, 6th N. C., Bull Run, July 21; Wm. Johnson, 6th N. C., Bull Run, July 21; Robert Walker, 2d Miss., Bull Run, July 21; George Minor, citizen, taken at home, Oct, 6th. The last-named in the list (Col. Minor) is in the 88th year of his age, and he is not aware of the existence of any reason for his arrest. He is a veteran of the war of 1812, commanded a regiment at the defence of Washington and Baltimore, and officiated as Marshal at the inauguration of President Monroe. We need scarcely add that the released prisoners are overjoyed to find themselves once more on South
t before he reached it the fellow espied him coming and slipped off with the proceeds of his sales. The following cases were continued in consequence of absent witnesses: Jim Harris and Charles Harris, free negroes; William, slave of Fanny Wingo, and William, slave of Louisa Burton, charged with burglariously entering the house of Alexander R. Holiday in the night time and stealing six thousand dollars' worth of flour, tobacco, candles, sugar, lard, & William, slave of the estate of Robert Walker, dec'd, and Robert Delaney, a free negro, charged with stealing and receiving money and checks to the amount of $4,300, stolen from the mail car of the Danville railroad, at the depot in this city, on Saturday last. John Baston was committed to jail for want of security to be of good behavior.--The charge against him was sleeping in the market-places and being a suspicious character, the same offence for which he was up before the Mayor on Monday morning, but was permitted by his Ho
Mayor's Court. --Recorder James K. Caskie officiated in this court yesterday in the absence of the Mayor. The following cases received his attention: Thomas Digney, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the street, and taking a crutch from a crippled man and assaulting him with it, was discharged with a reprimand. Patrick Drewry was committed to jail, in default of security to keep the peace, on the charge of interfering with the police in the discharge of their duty. Robert Walker was charged with stealing fourteen pounds of powder from some person unknown; but the case was not fully made out, and the accused was therefore discharged.