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The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Col. Mounger. Wounded--Maj. Jones and Capt. Cleghorn. 20th Ga.--Killed--Col. Jones. 2d Ga.--Killed--Col. Harris. 20th North Carolina regiment.--Wounded--Lt. Col. Slough, Maj J. S. Brooks; Capts Smith, Monk, and Derano; Lts Irwin, Williams, and Wright. Killed--Capt Mercer. Lieuts Gore, Wilson, and Fulwood. 26th North Carolina regiment.--Killed: Col. Burgwyn, Lieut Col. Lane, Capts Wilson and Wagg, Lieuts Richardson, Holloway, Broughton, Laubet, and McCono. Wounded: Adj't Joeman, all slightly. The entire battalion lost 42 men killed and wounded in both engagements.--Serg't. J. Newton, of Hart's (South, Carolina) battery, who had volunteered to go in with the 2d company, was killed, Maj B. F. Eshleman commanded the battalion. General Wade Hampton, who recived two sabre cuts, besides a bullet in the thigh, has arrived at Charlottesville, where he is doing well. Major Miller, of North Carolina, and Capt. Williams, both wounded, arrived here yesterday evening.
Going South. --Lt. Buford, otherwise Mrs. Alice Williams, the female "Lieutenant," who was in Castle Thunder for appearing in male apparel, goes South this morning to Atlanta, Ga. It is hardly probable that this brave but eccentric woman will be kept out of the fights in Mississippi.