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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 36. General Rousseau's expedition. (search)
printing office of the county paper (the Ashville vidette, ) was deserted by the proprietors and printers, leaving the forms on the press, the edition being partly worked off. The paper contained Vallandigham's speech at Hamilton, Ohio, and in an editorial article eulogized Val. as a gifted statesman, orator, and patriotic exile. The Editor further shows the following, looking to the peace party of the North for aid in sustaining the rebellion: It is our desire to see the names of Fernando Wood and C. L. Vallandigham, or some of their co-laborers, placed upon the ticket of that party at the Chicago convention, for President and Vice-President of the United States, supported by such men as Long and Harris; and just in proportion to the support they receive will the North exhibit signs of returning reason and humanity. If they are elected we expect to have peace, independence, and constitutional liberty. Several printers were detailed and sent to the office, and the press was
was being guarded chiefly by Third brigade, Colonel Wood, of First division. About three o'clock l, and the Twelfth Iowa, Colonel Stibbs, of Colonel Wood's brigade. Dr. Smith, of the Seventh Minneonstitutes the right of the line; its left, Colonel Wood's brigade; the Third, extending from the roxcept at the northwest angle, the centre of Colonel Wood's brigade. The Third division, Colonel Mh Minnesota, constituting the first line of Colonel Wood's brigade, immediately on the right of Pontusted, the second line on the west front of Colonel Wood's brigade, composed of eight companies of tlight artillery. In the road, on left of Colonel Wood's brigade, guns of the Second Iowa battery ne--the battle raged — heaviest in front of Colonel Wood's brigade of General Morris's division, as he retreating foe. In front of the lines of Colonel Wood's brigade lay the rebel Colonel Harrison, ong, four. Total, thirty. Third brigade, Colonel Wood: killed, twenty-four; wounded, one hundred [1 more...]