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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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ee; L. F. Smith, in hand; Geo. W. Colburn, in back. Company D--Sergeant A. J. Sherman, in foot; Corporal M A. Taylor, in ankle; Privates Thaddeus Quimby, in neck; James J. Young, in head; Charles Hoyt, in finger. Company E--Lieut. James M. Durell, in head; Privates Henry Nutter, in arm; David Chapman, in head; David Hogan, in hand. Company F--Sergeant E. E. Locke, in hand; Privates, A. Stevenson, finger shot off; Charles Leathers, in ankle; Gilman Hall, in foot. Company G--Corporal Edwin Ware, in thigh; Private Jacob Chamberlain in side. Company H--Privates, C. C. Fuller, in foot; A. Jordan, in head; C. W. Cilley, in leg; Wm. McKinnon, in finger. Company I--Lieut. M. A. Shaw, in foot; Corporal Wm. R. Duncklee, in head; privates, L. C. Parker, in side; M. Tully, in leg; H. Butler, in back; K. J. Chaplin, in head. Company K--Privates, H. Hunnefelt, in finger; J. F. Welch. Total wounded, thirty-four. missing — John F. Mulligan, shot through leg, and not since hea
ig.-General Commanding First Division Army of Frontier. Chicago evening Journal account. Cane Hill, (or Booneville,) Arkansas, headquarters army of the frontier, First division, December 1, 1862. Again we have put the enemy to flight. I will briefly give you the particulars of the battle of Cane Hill, or Boonsboro. Gen. Blunt's division of the army, consisting of three brigades, four batteries, and six mountain howitzers, under the command of General Solomon, First brigade, Col. Ware, Second brigade, Col. Cloud, Third brigade, were in camp near Lindsey's Prairie on the evening of the twenty-sixth. Orders were issued for detachments from each regiment to move at daylight on the morning of the twenty-seventh, with three days rations of hard bread and salt in their haversacks. Most of the artillery was ordered to move, and all the ambulances accompanied the column. Promptly at daylight the column was put in motion, General Blunt commanding in person. The country ove