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The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1863., [Electronic resource], The cavalry fight in Culpeper — further particulars. (search)
on both sides heavy. Our loss in officers was, as usual, very considerable. Among those killed we have heard the names of Col. Hampton, brother of Gen. Wade Hampton, of Hampton's Legion; Col. John S. Green, of Rappahannock county, and Col. Solomon Williams, of the 18th North Carolina regiment. The latter was married only one week ago. Among the wounded, we have heard of Col. Lee, son of Gen. R. E. Lee, who was shot through the thigh, and Col. Butler, of South Carolina, who is reported to haverepresented to have been pretty severe. We were unable to learn what particular forces we had in the fight. One gentleman reported that the active fighting was done by Hampton's Legion, a North Carolina regiment of cavalry, commanded by Col. Williams, and the 4th and 5th Virginia cavalry, but that the brigade of Gen. Jones, lately from the Valley, was also engaged. After our men recovered from their surprise, we gained a favorable position, which was held throughout the day, although