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The Daily Dispatch: August 5, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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with musket balls through their clothes. Evergreen Guards, Captain E. Berkeley's Company.--Killed-- Jas. A. Kinney, Joseph B. Luntsford, Wm. E. Ball, Wm. Hewett.--Wounded seriously--Corporal Benj. Hurst and private Bernard King; slightly, John Shanny and Capt. Bazell, of Md. Camp Rifles, Capt. Wm. Berkeley.--Only one wounded, private Baker, of Middleburg, dangerous. Capt. W. Carter's Cavalry--Killed — Frank Dowell, Enoch McCarty, G. Francis, John Plaster, Stephen Cornell, Peyton Wilson, and a Mr. Hicks, of Md. Capt. Rogers' Artillery.--Wounded — John Howser, Since dead. Wampler's Company.--Killed — None.--Wounded — T. Myers, J. W. Nichols, G. T. Loveless. Caroline county, Virginia. Says the Fredericksburg Recorder: The county of Caroline will not have to bring her militia into the field, her quotes of volunteers being much larger than the requisition of the Governor called for in his proclamation of the 20th. This is a noble county — practi