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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces at the beginning of Grant's campaign against Richmond. (search)
Y., Lieut.-Col. Theophilus L. England; 117th N. Y., Col. Alvin White; 142d N. Y., Col. N. Martin Curtis. Second Brigade, Col. William B. Barton: 47th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Christopher R. McDonald; 48th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Dudley W. Strickland; 115th N. Y., Maj. Ezra L. Walrath; 76th Pa., Col. John C. Campbell. Artillery: 4th N. J., Capt. George T. Woodbury; B, 1st U. S., Capt. Samuel S. Elder; D, 1st U. S., Lieut. John S. Gibbs. Third division, Brig.-Gen. Adelbert Ames. First Brigade, Col. Richard White: 8th Me., Lieut.-Col. Henry Boynton; 4th N. H., Col. Louis Bell; 55th Pa., Lieut.-Col. Frank T. Bennett; 97th Pa., Col. Henry R. Guss. Second Brigade, Col. Jeremiah C. Drake: 13th Ind., Col. Cyrus J. Dobbs; 9th Me., Col. Sabine Emery; 112th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Elial F. Carpenter; 169th N. Y., Col. John McConihe. Artillery: 33d N. Y., Capt. Alger M. Wheeler; C, 3d R. I., Capt. Martin S. James; E, 3d U. S., Lieut. Joseph P. Sanger. unattached troops: 1st N. Y. Engineers (8 co's), Col.
unded, and 28 missing; total, 177 The regiment was mustered out June 30, 1865. Fifty-Fifth Pennsylvania Infantry. White's Brigade — Ames's Division--Tenth Corps. Col. Richard White. companies. killed and died of wounds. died of diseaCol. Richard White. companies. killed and died of wounds. died of disease, accidents, in Prison, &c. Total Enrollment. Officers. Men. Total. Officers. Men. Total. Field and Staff       1 1 2 19 Company A   22 22   37 37 195   B   22 22 1 30 31 179   C   15 15   31 31 158   D 1 15 16   28 28 166   E month for Virginia, where it joined Butler's Army and was placed in the Third Brigade, Ames's Division, Tenth Corps, Colonel White being assigned to the command of the brigade. At Drewry's Bluff the division was attacked by Beauregard's forces, whupying an exposed position, received the full force of the attack, losing over 300 men killed, wounded, and captured; Colonel White and 64 men were taken prisoners. At Cold Harbor the Fifty-fifth fought in Stannard's Brigade, Martindale's D
Richard White Col. 55th Penn. InfantryApr. 28, 1864, to May 16, 1864. 1st Brigade, 3d Division, Tenth Army Corps, Army of the James
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sketch of Company I, 61st Virginia Infantry, Mahone's Brigade, C. S. A. (search)
N. Collins, Albert Powell, and John D. White. Wilcox Farm: Captain C. R. McAlpine, lieutenant John Hobday, privates Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, and Richard White. Wounded. Salem Church: Lieutenant C. W. Murdaugh and sergeant Chas. Evans. Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg: Revil W. Custis, James E. Mears, and one was mortally wounded. Turkey Ridge: George King and Ammon Peek. Frazier's Farm: Captain C. R. McAlpine. Crater: Lieutenant John Hobday, J. D. White, sergeant Richard White. Johnson's Farm: John C. Miller. Roll of honor. Major Charles R. McAlpine, Captain John Hobday, sergeant M. P. Kilgore, privates Elvin K. Casey, Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, John D. White, Richard White, and Julius Ward. Captured. Sergeant Calvin Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Ammon Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Charles Evans, October 19, 1864, Johnson's Farm. Sergeant Laban T. Godwin, October 19, 1864, Johnson's Fa
erior Leaf $5@7, good $8@9; fine manufacturing scarce, price $12.50@20; good and fine English $6.50@10.50. fancy cases $2@90. Flour.--The stock of country is still very light, and arrivals limited to an almost unexampled degree. Sales are confined altogether to the home consumption, at prices above the views of shippers, and the market very dull. We quote these sales at $6.75@$7 for Superfine, $7.25@$7.50 for Extra; Family $8 Wheat — We quote good to prime Red $1.30 to 1.35; do. White $1.50 to 1.56 The scar city of money causes the market to be very heavy, and there is a difference of from 10 to 20 cts per bushel between cash and credit sales.--Sales for cash being 10 to 20 cts. under our quotations. Corn.--We quote 65@70 cts. per bushel. Market quiet. Hay.--We quote $1@1.10 per cwt. Rye.--We quote 75@80 cents bushel. Oats.--We quote 40 cents per bushel. Offal.--Bran 15 cts.; Shorts 20; Brown Stuff 30, and Ship Stuff 65 bus. Bacon.--Sides
The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1860., [Electronic resource], Heavy movements in Agricultural Products. (search)
ort; tonnage, 124,217 tons; due. 50 ships and 10 barks; total tonnage in port and due, 175,787 tons; vessels cleared but not yet due, 39 ships and 7 barks. Receipts of Cotton from 1st. September, 519,784 bales; stock of Cotton, 289,284 bales; stock of Tobacco, 12,650 hhds.-- Middling Cotton is worth 11½c. Freights to Liverpool, 19-32 @ ⅝d.; to Havre. 1¼c. Northern Markets--[By Telegraph.] Baltimore, Nov. 16--Flour dull and flat — Howard Street $5.25. Wheat firm — Red $#30 @ 1.35; White $1.46. Corn dull — Yellow 68 @ 71 Provisions dull and unchanged. Coffee quiet at 14 @ 14¾, Whiskey dull at 20½. New York, Nov. 16.--Cotton heavy and irregular: upland, middling 11¼ @ 11¼ @ ⅜. Flour 5 @ 10 lower: Southern $5 45 @ 5.90, Wheat 2 lower — Corn firm: mixed 70 @ 71. Beef dull at $8 @ 10. --Pork heavy — offered at $18 @ 18 25; prime $12 50; no buyers. Sugar heavy at 5 7/8 @ 6½. Coffee heavy. Turpentine firm. Resin dull at $1.40. Rice quiet at 4¼ @ 4¾. Sto
Intoxicated. --Richard White, a white man, made his appearance before the Mayor yesterday morning, to answer the charge of being drunk and disorderly in the street on Thursday night. In default of security for better behavior, he was locked up.
Northern Markets [By Telegraph.] Baltimore, Nov. 23. --Flour firm — Howard $5; no sales. Wheat firm — Red $1.10 @ 1.20; White $1.25@1.50. Corn steady — White and Yellow 60@63. Provisions dull — Mess Pork $19. Lard 12 Coffee steady at 14 Whiskey firm at 20 ½. New York, Nov. 23. --Stocks better: Va. 6's $81; Mo. 6's $71. Noon.--Stocks better — Centrals 76 ¼; Va. 6's 81; Missouri's 71. Flour and Wheat unchanged. Corn steady and firm. Provisions dull. Whiskey dullarkets [By Telegraph.] Baltimore, Nov. 23. --Flour firm — Howard $5; no sales. Wheat firm — Red $1.10 @ 1.20; White $1.25@1.50. Corn steady — White and Yellow 60@63. Provisions dull — Mess Pork $19. Lard 12 Coffee steady at 14 Whiskey firm at 20 ½. New York, Nov. 23. --Stocks better: Va. 6's $81; Mo. 6's $71. Noon.--Stocks better — Centrals 76 ¼; Va. 6's 81; Missouri's 71. Flour and Wheat unchanged. Corn steady and firm. Provisions dull.
J Thornton mrs Wm Thomas mrs S E Timberlake mrs Mary Unshur mrs M L Vantz mrs C C Vaden miss F S Vaden miss M E Wilde mrs C M Washburn mrs A M Watson mrs A Wagner mrs Wm E Walden mrs M E Walthall mrs A G Walker mrs J White miss H F Walton miss M F Wallace miss M F Walker miss S J Watkins miss S E Ward miss S J Woodson miss B M Wilson miss J N Willeroy miss M A Woodfin miss Martha E Young miss L Gentlemen's List. Acree W C Anderson Mr A Tarlor R R Tyre R M Thornton Mr Taylor A F Totty J H Underwood J M Varner J D Vanborn J S Vaughan Jno Voorhees J N Venable J Vaughan H Vasben G S Vandsen L Williams W H Wallace J Woody J E Whiteford J Willia J Wickett H F Week G B Weston G W Waldron G Wilson G W Whiteford F Williams E Winfree D C Whitman D C Wiljans C Wei C F Whitm A Wood W P Woodward M Walls W West A E We T W T White R C 2 Weir P Walker P J
; Capt Edgar Kissum, 2d George Peters, 3d Lieut J M Drake, Jersey, Capt R A Willia, 8th Maine regiment, 2d Lieut S P. Hodges, 12th N Y regiment, Capt James Belger, 1st Rhode Island artillery, Capt J E Lewis and Capt H McRonald, 11th Pa; Col Richard White, Capt D W Fox, 55th Pa; Captain Henry Bichel, 6th Connecticut regiment, Captain H Jenkins, Jr, 40th Massachusetts regiment, Captain D Stone, Capt Jas H Pierce, 1st Lt and Adj't John regt 1st Lt M P Pierson, 10th N Y; 2d Lt Jas H Pitt, 118thdj't Jas Gottshell, 2d Lt Pat O'Connell, 1st Lt and Adj't P H Lay, 2d Lt H , 117th N Y. These prisoners represent fifteen regiments besides Brig. Gen. Heckman, who has figured quite conspicuously in the campaign on the Southside. The Col. White, mentioned above, is a brother of the White of the Pennsylvania Legislature, who was for some time a prisoner in our hands. It was confidently stated by our wounded men that we had killed or captured an entire brigade, and it was reported yester