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The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 2 Browse Search
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Nother severe fight on Monday.the enemy again routed!the gallant Major Wheat.Incidents.&c., &c., &c. We continue in our issue of this morere many. Peace to the ashes of the gallant dead. Major Chatham Roburdeau Wheat. This brave soldier has met a soldier's death, facias regiment after regiment was brought forward to annihilate it. Major Wheat, calling loudly for supports, fell desperately wounded, and his s clarion again burst forth on the car and, responding to the call, Wheat's sabre flashed in the Valley by the side of the heroic Jackson, and in eight engagements the fame of "Wheat's Battalion" was the themes of every tongue. At the final struggle of Port Republic, when "Ringold's celebrated battery" was captured by the "Louisiana Brigade," Wheat's sonorous voice was heard rising high above the crash of the conflictt glow." Thus fell the brave, the beloved, and the noble Major C. R. Wheat. "On plant o'er that sleeper the laurel of fame; In