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is post encouraging his men, fell, facing the foe. (603) Mentioned by Major Hardcastle, Shiloh. (605) Mentioned in report of Twenty-seventh Tennessee infantry. (788) Assignment as above, June 30, 1862. Vol. XVI, Part —(1132) Mentioned in Colonel White's report of the battle of Perryville, October 8, 1862. Vol. XVII, Part 2—(633) In Wood's brigade, General Bragg commanding army of the Mississippi, June 30, 1862. Vol. XX, Part 1—(660) Same assignment, battle of Murfreesboro. (679) Retturned to the field the moment his wounds were dressed; Sergt.-Maj. Robert H. Cherry and Private Harvey G. Sargeant, Company H; Privates William Boyce and James Peeden, Company C; Sergeant Bowen, Company H; Sergt. H. W. Rutland, Company A; Private Peter White, Company F; Robert Williams, Company B; and H. D. Smith, Company A, the latter wounded in both legs. (896-900) Mentioned in Gen. S. A. M. Wood's reports. Col. W. B. Wood was always in the lead. (900-903) Col. W. B. Wood,
Three Pieces --"The Fire-Eater," "Jack Sheppard," and "Mr. and Mrs. Peter White,"--are on the Theatre bills for representation to-night, forming a combination of attraction hard to be resisted by play-goers. Three Pieces --"The Fire-Eater," "Jack Sheppard," and "Mr. and Mrs. Peter White,"--are on the Theatre bills for representation to-night, forming a combination of attraction hard to be resisted by play-goers.
Northern Markets. Baltimore, Feb. 15 --Flour more active. Howard and Ohio $5.12; City Mills $5. Wheat steady — Red $1.25@1.2 White unchanged. Corn active — Yellow 55@57; White 65@67. Provisions unchanged. Coffee steady at 12¼@13. Whiskey dull at 18. New York, Feb. 15. --Cotton dull at 11½ cents. FloWhite 65@67. Provisions unchanged. Coffee steady at 12¼@13. Whiskey dull at 18. New York, Feb. 15. --Cotton dull at 11½ cents. Flour firm. Wheat — Red Western $1.27@1.31; White $1.44. Corn firm — Southern Yellow 65@67cts. Whiskey firm at 17¾ cents. Sugar and Coffee steady. Turpentine firm at 35½@36 cents. Rosin steady at $1.25. Stocks higher — N. York Centrals $78½ Virginia 6's $76¼ ;Missouri 6's $67. York, Feb. 15. --Cotton dull at 11½ cents. Flour firm. Wheat — Red Western $1.27@1.31; White $1.44. Corn firm — Southern Yellow 65@67cts. Whiskey firm at 17¾ cents. Sugar and Coffee steady. Turpentine firm at 35½@36 cents. Rosin steady at $1.25. Stocks higher — N. York Centrals $78½ Virginia 6'
A fight occurred on Thursday night between Peter White, John C. Ryan, John E. Courtney, Thomas Hays, and Wm. Thompson, in which the first four named parties occupied the relation of assaulting parties, and Thompson defendant. Thompson "went under," as a matter of course and the parties opposing him for the time being sailed with flying colors. Yesterday, having recovered from his beating, Thompson made affidavit before the Mayor, and caused all of his assailants to be arraigned before the bar of justice for disturbing the public peace. The proof being clear and direct, all except Hays were committed in default of $150 security to keep the peace. Thus was Thompson avenged, and the majesty of the insulted law sustained and upheld.
les of this description of real estate this week we note the sale of the fine residence of Judge John A Meredith, (formerly Judge Daniel's,) at the corner of Grace and 7th streets, for the sum of $85,000, and the residence of Mr. F. J. Baros in rear of the Second Baptist church, for $16,293. The total amount of the sales of real estate in the city, at auction, in November, is stated to be $115, Produce.--Wheat has an advancing tendency, but we quote from sales at the mills as follows: White, $4@4.15, Red, $3.90@4--for prime qualities Corn is selling at $3 per bushel. Oats, $2.50. The Tobacco market is less animated. we note sales at the Exchange of Common Leaf at $8.50 @10.50, Good do at $12.50@35; Lugs, $4.50@12.Hay — Timothy. $4@4.50 per cwt. Seeds — Clover, @30; Timothy, $7 per bushel. Beans $2.50@3 Flour — Superfine, $20@21; Extra $22@22.50 Family, $24@25 per bbl. Corn Meal, $3 per bushel. Groceries, Provisions, &c.--Sugar — brown 65 crushed $1.25 per lb. Molas
The Daily Dispatch: December 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], A skirmish in Hampshire-County — Federal Brigadier General killed. (search)
Prison Items. --John Crane, alias Mike Corcoras a member of Company F 7th La Regiment, was put in Castle Thunder yesterday for selling himself as a substitute and deserting; Mike O'Bryan, fireman en board the Jamestown, for deserting; Peter White, a member of Rodgers's Cavalry, for deserting; John Govan. for deserting from the steamer Richmond, and Richard Reenan, of the ship Hampton, for safe keeping.
Prison Items. --Twenty-two wandering soldiers found in Lynchburg were forwarded to this city yesterday by the Provost Marshal of that town, and placed in Castle Thunder, to be returned to their regiments. Right conscripts were also received from Lynchburg, to be converted into soldiers. The following deserters were carried to the same prison by the detective force, viz: A. Gillesp alias A. Thompson, co. A, 63d Va. substitute and deserter; Tim McGillim, Alexandria art, deserter; Peter White, Rodgers's cavalry, do; Mike Loftis, co. B, 15th La. do; J. T. Puckett, co. C, 9th Va. (by order of Col. Walker,) supposed deserter; Corp'l J. H. Crawford, 1st S. C, no papers; Wm. Brown, Jas. Ratcliffe, Barlow's art, no papers; A. Bowlin, co. A, 8th Ala, and D. McElroy, co. I, 21st Ga, deserters; Hugh Irwin, suspicious character.
supposed mortally. Wm. Griffith, of Prince George, wounded in both thighs Jas Kane, of Prince George, in the leg. Captured. Rev. Wm. A. Hall, Chaplain Washington New Orleans Artillery. Prof Carr, of the Petersburg Female College. James Bossieux, merchant of this city. James Kerr, of Petersburg Timothy Rives, of Prince George. Samuel Jones, of Prince George--6. Prisoners captured. The following prisoners were brought in at an early hour yesterday afternoon: Wm. Tompkins, co. F., 11th Penn cavalry, commanded by Col. Speare; Solomon Saxton, do; John Logan, co. D., same regiment, and Peter White, bugler, of the same regiment. These men all agree that the expedition was for the purpose of capturing Petersburg. They say that Gen. Kantz was in command, and that Colonel Speare was along. They left Bermuda Hundred at half past 10 o'clock on Wednesday night, and crossed on a pontoon bridge three miles this side of City Point.