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brigade fairly across, leaving his horse floundering in the quicksand, while he carried two lines of rifle-pits beyond, under a deluge of shot and shell from front and flanks, which stuck down a third of his command; among them Col. T. C. Fletcher, Since chosen Governor of Missouri. 31st Missouri, who, being wounded, fell into the hands of the enemy; while his Lt.-Col., Simpson, was also wounded, and his Major, Jaensen, was killed. Lt.-Col. Dister, 58th Ohio, was also killed here. Col. J. B. Wyman, 13th Illinois, had fallen the day before. De Courcy's brigade of Morgan's division charged on Blair's right; while Thayer, with the 4th Iowa (his other regiments having been misdirected), also shared in the peril and glory of the assault. But what could valor — the valor of half-a-dozen regiments — avail against such impediments Pemberton had been reenforced, during the 27th, by three fresh brigades from Grenada; and more were constantly coming in. His rifle-pits were filled with s
ate for Governor of Pennsylvania, 509. Wool, Gen. John E., at Fortress Monroe, 127; occupies Norfolk and Portsmouth, 127; detached from McClellan's command, 132; his order in relation to colored contrabands, 240. Worden, Lt. John L., fights the Merrimac, in the Monitor, and is wounded, 118. Wright, Gen. H. G., assaults Secessionville, 461; at the Wilderness, 568-71; at Cold Harbor, 580-2; at Petersburg, 734. Wright, Gen. (Rebel), at Malvern Hill, 165; wounded at Antietam, 210. Wyman, Col. J. B., killed near Vicksburg, 290. Wytheville, Va., fight at, 403; Gillem takes 200 men and 8 guns at, 683. Y. Yazoo City, fighting at, 309-310; 318. Yazoo Bluffs, Sherman demonstrates on, 289. Yeadon, Richard, offers $10,000 reward for Gen. Butler, 106. Yellow Bayou, La., fight of A. J. Smith, with Polignac, 551. York river railroad, burned by Rebels, 159. Yorktown, Va., siege of, 120-22; evacuation of by Magruder, 122; embarkation of troops at, 171. Z.