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number of men, reached Baltimore shortly after midnight. There were about ninety-five men engaged on the Union side, consisting of Captain Corbett's and Lieutenant Churchman's companies. Captain Corbett had his horse shot, was wounded and taken prisoner. Lieutenant Churchman and Surgeon Shields were also captured. The Nationals had two killed, seven wounded, and thirty-eight missing. The names of the killed and wounded were as follows: killed, Daniel Welch and Wm. Vandegraft; wounded, Joseph Wilson, Samuel Bigler, James Newkirk, Frank Stewart, Dickinson Meredith, Theodore Jones, and Robert Machin. Of the rebels, two lieutenants and one private were killed, and fifteen wounded. The rebel dead were buried by the Union troops after Stuart left Westminster. Their wounded were left behind.--Baltimore American. General Shepley, Military Governor of Louisiana, issued an order calling upon the citizens of New Orleans for a brigade of volunteers to serve for sixty days in defence of
volunteers, Colonel Wentworth, passed through Boston, Mass., on their return from the seat of war.--the steamers Alice Dean, and J. S. McCombs, were captured by a party of rebels, at Brandenburgh, Kentucky.--Colonel William Birney opened an office in Baltimore, Md., for the recruiting of negro troops.--at Washington, the victories at Gettysburgh and Vicksburgh were celebrated with great enthusiasm. Speeches were made by President Lincoln, Secretaries Stanton and Seward, General Halleck, Senator Wilson of Massachusetts, and Representatives E. B. Washburne and Arnold, of Illinois. The expedition sent out from White House, Va., by General Dix, on the first instant, returned.--Colonel Roddy, with eleven companies of rebel cavalry, made an attack upon a corral for convalescent horses and mules, near Corinth, Tenn., and succeeded in carrying off over six hundred animals. The corral was guarded by one company of the Thirty-ninth Iowa, under Captain Loomis. The attack was made just at
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
r, Jr., Wm. Read, Jr., E. P. Blague, H. C. Thorburn and J. B. Lukens; Engineers: Chief, A. C. Stimers; Second-Assistants, J. S. Green, P. R. Voorhees, W. C. Williamson, A. Michener and N. W. Buckhout; Acting-Third-Assistants, J. W. Collins, W. H. Peabody and J. T. Smith; Boatswain, Charles Miller; Gunner, Cornelius Dugan; Carpenter, Wm. Hyde; Sailmaker, H. W. Frankland. *Vanderbilt--Second-rate. Captain, Charles W. Pickering; Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant-Commander, J. D. Danels; Surgeon, Joseph Wilson; Assistant-Surgeon, L. M. Lyon; Acting Assistant Paymaster, J. E. Tolfree; Captain of Marines, William H. Parker; Acting-Masters, A. M. Keith and L. F. Timmerman; Acting-Ensigns, A. P. Sampson and E. N. Snow; Acting-Master's Mates, F. B. Atkinson, Edw. Thompson, J. B. Strout, E. P. Pope and Edw. Kearns; Engineers: Acting-Chief, John Germain; Acting-First-Assistant, W. H. Golden; Acting-Second-Assistants, William Welles and A. Williams; Acting-Third-Assistants, John Hyslop, Martin Gle
re at the cabin, and they had to surrender. They put the prisoners under guard, tore down the cabins, put the planks on the bridge, which they sprinkled with turpentine, and then fired it. Our informant was set about gathering up the baggage of the guard, but, finding an opportunity, he made his escape and came to Russellville. Willis Campbell, of Logan County, a member of Captain King's company, and Hatch Jupin, of Bardstown, a member of Captain Wickliffe's company, were killed, and Joseph Wilson, of Bardstown, also in Captain Wickliffe's company, was severely but not dangerously wounded in the thigh. While loading his gun for the second fire, his right forefinger was shot off. Joseph Hall, James Watshall, and John Jernigon, of Captain Mitchell's company; Isaac Duckwall and Joseph Johnson, of Boshe's Portland Rangers; Thomas Lilly and Messrs. Dougherty and Fox, of Captain Wickliffe's company, and Paul Burgett, of Captain King's company, were taken prisoners. Four of the Feder
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 6: Essex County. (search)
t S. Foster, Charles Moulton, Zachariah Cole; in 1862, John Meacom, John Pickett, Robert S. Foster, Augustus Moulton, Joseph Wilson; in 1863, John Meacom, Robert S. Foster, Joseph Wilson, John Ober, William G. Woodberry; in 1864, Robert S. Foster, JJoseph Wilson, John Ober, William G. Woodberry; in 1864, Robert S. Foster, Joseph Wilson, Lawson Walker, James Hill, John T. Ober; in 1865, Joseph Wilson, Robert S. Foster, James Hill, Lawson Walker, Elijah E. Lummus. The town-clerk during all these years was James Hill, and the town-treasurer for the same period was RoJoseph Wilson, Lawson Walker, James Hill, John T. Ober; in 1865, Joseph Wilson, Robert S. Foster, James Hill, Lawson Walker, Elijah E. Lummus. The town-clerk during all these years was James Hill, and the town-treasurer for the same period was Robert G. Bennett. 1861. The first legal town-meeting, to consider matters relating to the war, was held on the 15th of May, the purpose being to see what measures the town would adopt to furnish uniforms and other proper articles for members of thJoseph Wilson, Robert S. Foster, James Hill, Lawson Walker, Elijah E. Lummus. The town-clerk during all these years was James Hill, and the town-treasurer for the same period was Robert G. Bennett. 1861. The first legal town-meeting, to consider matters relating to the war, was held on the 15th of May, the purpose being to see what measures the town would adopt to furnish uniforms and other proper articles for members of the military company belonging to Beverly, then in the service of the United States. It was voted to refer the whole matter to the selectmen, with discretionary power to act as they should think proper, and to borrow money upon the credit of the town
companies Griffin's battalion, Jones' company light artillery, Captains Nichols' and Gonzales' battalions, and First Texas cavalry who were encamped near Alleyton, Tex. The roster of Company F, First Texas heavy artillery, present at the battle, is as follows: First Lieut. R. W. Dowling; Sergeants, Corporals and Privates: Jack W. White, Timothy McDonough, Thomas Dougherty, David Fitzgerald, Michael Monohan, John Masset, John Mc-Keefer, Patrick McDonald, William Gleason, Michael Carr, Joseph Wilson, Thomas Hagerty, Thomas Huggins, Abram McCabe, James Fleming, Patrick Fitzgerald, Thomas McKernan, Edward Pritchard, Charles Rheims, Timothy Hurley, John McGrath, Matthew Walshe, Patrick Sullivan, Patrick Clare, John Hennessy, Hugh Deagon, Maurice Powers, Abner Carter, Daniel McMurray, Patrick Malone, James Corcoran, Patrick Abbot, John McNealus, Michael Eagan, Daniel Donovan, John Wesley, John Anderson, John Flood, Peter O'Hara, Mike Delany and Terrence Mulhern. The above were enliste
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
h, T. H. Halloway, Jno. Jackson, J. E. Lewe, F. M. Logan, Private P. L. Minshem, J. T. Prior, J. A. Paul, W. T. Paulk, J. E. Rudd, M. V. Rudd, W. M. Rives, S. J. Rogers, F. M. Roundtree, F. M. Smith, W. J. Seay, W. S. Wynick, Joseph Wilson. Co. G. 3d Sergeant E. W. Lingo, 5th Sergeant J. D. Sowell, 1st Corporal S. S. Hughes, 4th Corporal J. M. Melvin, Private W. Y. Carr, A. H. Dozier, C. H. F. Harris, Wm. Holmes, Pulaski Kirkland, Private A. A. Kirkland,h, Private W. F. Enfinger, T. E. Hathorn, 3d Sergeant F. M. Slater, Private S. Stubblefield, 4th Sergeant G. B. Lundy, W. Tullous, 5th Sergeant D. H. Hamilton, W. T. White, Drummer S. S. Watson, J. A. White, Private B. J. Caps, Jo. Wilson. S. Demirry, [133] F. S. Bass, Col. Commanding. Jno. H. Leete, 1st Lt. and Adj't. Du Bose's Brigade. J. F. Espy, Capt. Commanding Brig. Tom P. Olive, Lt. and A. A. A. G. Jno. C. Griffin, Maj. and C. S. S. M. W. Byrd, Maj. and
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.55 (search)
lse, Zebulon Rader, Jacob N. Rhodes, John W. Robertson, Iverson S. Root, James W. Ruff, John A. Ruff, Andrew Robinson, William H. Sale, Jacob A. Supinger, Samuel J. Shafer, Robert Supinger, Charles Schindel, William C. St. Clair, T. Lackey Scott, Peachy R. Taliaferro, James Turpin, Nash Turpin, W. W. Tribbett, William H. Taylor, A. A. Thompson, A. S. Trevey, Cyrus A. Trevey, David A. Trevey, Adam Unroe, John Van Lear, Thomas S. White, Robert K. Wilson, Samuel A. Wilson, Samuel L. Wilson, Joseph Wilson, John W. Wright, David H. Witt, Jacob H. Wilmore, William James Wash, John West, William Luckess Welch and John W. Zollman. Killed—John M. Dunlap, at Gettysburg; William H. Adair, at Gettysburg; Ezekiel Gilbert, at Cannon's farm, near Richmond; James W. Ruff, at Columbia Furnace in 1863; James S. Figgat, near Mt. Jackson in 1864; A. S. Trevey, at Yellow Tavern in 1864; Thomas McGovern, in 1864; Peachy Taliaferro, at Haw's Shop in 1864; William Barger, at Appomattox Courthouse in 1865;
Resignations, &c. --Mr. T C. De Leon, of South Carolina, a clerk in the Topographical Bureau, has resigned. Col. Phillips, of Virginia, formerly Sixth Auditor, has been removed from the clerkship of the Finance Committee of the Senate. Joseph Wilson, Commissioner of the Land Office, has been removed, and Edmonds, of Michigan, appointed in his place. Charles Welsh, Chief Clerk of the Navy Department, has resigned, and — Berrien, of New York, for some years Clerk in the Fourth Auditor's Office, succeeds him. The Senate, in executive session yesterday, confirmed the appointment of Geo. W. McClennan, Esq., as Second Assistant Postmaster General. Prof. Mason, of Tennessee, has been appointed to a vacant $1200 clerkship in the General Post-Office Department. Mr. Hutchins, lately clerk to Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives, has been appointed to a $1200 clerkship in the Interior Department. Mr. Greiner, of Ohio, editor of a paper in columbus, will probably be