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The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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; Wildman, wounded and a prisoner. Casualties in the 8th Ga., regiment. Killed--Capts Ballard and Yarborough; Lieuts Bliss, Echols, and Gillam. Wounded--Col. Towers, Maj. Dawson, (severely;) Capts Hall, Butler, Malone, Young, and Bolling; Lieuts Dwinell' Branch, Hopkins, Freeman, Huntington, Harper, Wade, Fields, Brantley, Hutchins, Farrow, Williamson, Dukes, Heard, Reid, and McClusky. Missing--Lt. Bridges. 11th Ga.--Killed--Capts Stokes and Nunnaliy. Wounded--Col. Little and Capt Wood, severely. 9th Ga.--Killed--Lt. 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, Brough
r by Rev. Dr. Doggett, the exercises of the children commenced with an opening address by Master Edward Lockwood, which was followed by a "salutatory" by Miss Fannie Evans. Five little boys — Masters Lockwood, Riddick, Richardson, and John and Andrew Wood — then spoke an amusing dialogue, which was followed by other dialogues by little boys and girls. "Rock Me to Sleep, Mother," was very sweetly sung by the Misses Duesberry, and the "Echo" song was given by the whole school, the echo coming from a portion of the church distant from the singers, and being given with very good effect.--After some other exercises, the Scene of Secession" was given in excellent style, the States being represented by these little girls. South Carolina, Miss Wood; Alabama, Miss Odell; Mississippi, Miss Walsh; Georgia, Miss Riddick, Florida, Miss Duncan, (the smallest of the band;) Texas Miss Bransford, Louisiana, Miss Evans; Virginia, Miss Robbins; North Carolina, Miss Lambert, Tennessee, Miss Phillips, a