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George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade), chapter 4 (search)
ough they require immediate and constant medical attendance. I am to leave in the first boat for Old Point, and from thence home. Kuhn, I fear, is killed. Willie Watmough Lieutenant Watmough did, as previously stated, receive a wound. was not hurt, the last I saw of him. Good-by! Yours, G. G. Meade. Although his wounds, Lieutenant Watmough did, as previously stated, receive a wound. was not hurt, the last I saw of him. Good-by! Yours, G. G. Meade. Although his wounds, as the general said, were pronounced not dangerous, yet many of those who came to bid him good-by believed them to be mortal, and that they were looking upon him for the last time. That night he was placed on one of the hospital transports bound for Fortress Monroe, and on reaching that place was transferred to one of the regular ral loss, killed, wounded, and missing, 14,462 (0. R.). Old Baldy was hit in the leg, but not badly hurt. Willie (your brother) I saw this morning, all safe—Willie Watmough also. All your friends, I believe, are safe. I have had several officers and many men killed and wounded, but no one that you know particularly. We have be