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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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C. W Squires — Killed: F. D. Ruggies, R McK Spearing, C. A. Falconer. Wounded: A F Coste, severely; C A Everett, slight, head; W E Falconer, do, do; W T. Perry, slight; Jno E Rodd, slight, arm; Sgt W Hardle, do, do; C. Rossiter, slight, hand; H. O Janin; do, do. Drivers — Wounded: Kennedy, Rush, Chadsworth, Kenney. Third Company, Capt W Miller — Wounded: Privates H. Tully, slight, in arm; A Grimmer, face and shoulder; H. Phelps, arm. Fourth Company, Capt B F Eshleman — Wounded: Sgt Jno Wood, severely; Privates — Jones, in face;--McDonald, do. The Second Company was not actively engaged. The following is the loss in Johnson's battery, of Richmond, on Saturday, the 13th December: Lt V J Clutter, slightly wounded in face; Private Edward Hayse, of Richmond, mortally wounded in head. Seriously wounded: Privates Birch, in arm; E. B. Watts, do; Edward Earl, do, Isom, in head.--Slightly wounded: Privates Hammond, in hand; Chas Burley, in leg; Stiagle, in breast; Messey,