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The Daily Dispatch: February 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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erly belongs to the succeeding letter. The casualties were as follows: Killed. Capt. O. Jennings Wise, Forty-sixth Virginia, shot in several places. Capt. Coles, company I, Forty-sixth Virginia, shot in the breast. Lieut. William R. Selden, C. S. A., shot in head. Lieut. Neill T. Monroe, company E, Eighth North-Carolina, shot in breast. James D. Horn, Eighth North-Carolina. Corporal Lane,do. do.  R. W. Cameron,do. do.  Thomas P. Mulleneaux, Second North-Carolina. Johnston Williams,do. do. Sergeant John H. Talley,do. do. S. J. Claiborne,do. do. Alfred B. Scott,do. do. John S. Turpin,do. do. William Bennett, Forty-sixth Virginia. William Wilson, North-Carolina State Guards. Charles Bailey,do. do. Total killed,  16 Wounded. Fifty-Ninth Virginia.--Lieut. Walker, slight, in the leg; George Collin, severe, in elbow; Thos. Robbins, company B, severe, in knee; William David, severe, in thigh and abdomen; John Ray, flesh wound, in hand; Lieut. Edgar
of killed and wounded on our side to-day, although it properly belongs to the succeeding letter. The casualties were as follows: Killed. Capt. O. Jennings Wise, 46th Va.; shot in several places. Capt. Coles, Company I, 46th Va.; shot in breast. Lieut. William B. Selden, C. S. A.; shot in head. Lieut. Neill T. Monroe, Company E, 8th N. C.; shot in breast, James D. Horn, 8th N. C. Corporal Lane, 8th N. C. R. W. Cameron, 8th N. C. Thos. P. Mulleneaux, 2d N. C. Johnston Williams, 2d N. C. Serg't John H. Talley, 2d N. C. S. J. Claiborne, 2d N. C. Alfred B. Scott, 2d N. C. John S. Turpin, 2d N. C. Wm. Bennett, 46th Va. Wm. Wilson, N. C. State Guards. Chas Bailey, N. C. State Guards. Total killed....16 Wounded. Fifty-ninth Virginia.--Lt. Walker, slight, in the leg; Geo. Collin, severe, in elbow; Thos. Robbins, Co. B, severe, in knee; William David, severe, in thigh and abdomen; John Ray, flesh wound, in hand; Lt. Edgar Miller, slight, i
C. S. District Court. --Yesterday in this Court the petitions filed against Baldwin " Williams, Henson H. Wallace, and Williams Carter, to affect the property of alien enemies, were referred to Commissioner Watson, to take proof and report on the state of facts presented.