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ergt Wiley Souse, in arm; Corp'l A S Sears, in arm; Privates Jackson Gaines, in arm; John is Gaines, in arm; H B Smith, in shoulder, Jas T Hawks, in arm; M C Bagwell, slightly in hand; Madison Hills, in arm; B W Reed, in hand; J R Reed, in hip; A S Lowry, in shoulder; Harvey Presley, in shoulder; Cleero Sex on, in thigh; W T Wood, in leg; Lewis Burton, in arm; Cornelius Latimore, in arm; Harrison Kennedy, in leg; H M Langford, in shoulder; Charley Hope, in leg; Andy White, in ice. Missing: H Tanner. Company E--Wounded: Privates Wm A J Denson. in hand; Wm M Burges, flesh wound, thigh; Isham West, hand; Thomas J Horton, mortally, head; Ephram Thompson; mortally, hip; John H Denson, slightly, cheek; Jas R Thompson, slightly, arm; George D Cater, mortally, side. Company F--Killed: Serg John Shirah. Wounded: Lieut L Q U McCrary, severely; Serg R C Bailey, severely, thigh; Serg W G Holland, slightly; Corp'l J T Hancock, severely; Corp'l Learcy, slightly; Privates Lewis Hill, slig
Company A.--Killed: Private Green Andrews. Company B.--Killed: Drury Haull. Wounded: Privates Wm Wright, Adolphus Withro, William Brooks, F M Green, A H Davis, Amos Hamrick. Company C.--Killed: Private A G Wallace, G R Keeter, B O Tanner, W H Miller. Wounded: L N McBryer, L A Daves, H Lumner, W G Conner, C M Crow, R M Harrill, A O Lynch, J W Wilson. Company D.--Killed: Private J R McNeely.--Wounded: Capt W L J Lawrence Sergt T J Alkinson, Privates Wm Harvell, E Freeze, F M ates Alex Farris, Jas G Richardson, and Wm J Sunpson. Missing: E W Martin. Company F. Capt. Hugh Nelson, commanding.--Wounded: 1st Serg't M M Lowry, Serg't J H Ellis, John C Rucker, Corp'l M V Shelton, Privates Thos Pucket, Thos Monroe, J B Tanner, John R Wilson, L B Wright. A P Wright, W H Mitchell, Gharles Padget, M B Claytor, W F Wright, Jno R Ellis. Company G, Lt. Holland, commanding, severely wounded in each thigh. Wounded: Stephen Chaffin, O V B Dearing, R A Foster, R M Johnso
The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], One of the enemy's "Rams" destroyed by torpedoes on the Yazoo river. (search)
ond, co K, slightly in arm, and W D Russell, co K, not seriously, Wounded 12. Total in Brigade.--Killed 8, wounded 65, (most of them slightly,) missing 1--7 List of Casualties in the Courtney Artillery.--The following is a list of casualties in the Courtney Artillery of Richmond, at the time commanded by Lieut W A Tanner, is the battle of Saturday, the 1th Capt Latiner being in temporary command of the batteries of the division, was not in immediate command of his battery; Killed, Atlas Y Pond, Manchester, Va. Wounded; Lieut W A Tanner, slightly in side; Privates John Reeves, severely in leg, Samuel B Smoot, slightly in head; Geo Thorpe, slightly in arm, Chas Tinsley, slightly in leg; E J Bradley, slightly in head. One section of the battery was in action from 11 A. M. until dark, and was kept constantly engaged, both with the enemy's infantry and artillery. Lieut, Tanner, by his coolness and bravery on that day, as on all former occasions, won the admiration of all.
The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The recent attack on fort McAllister. (search)
Negroes at private sale I have for sale privately a No. 1 Seamstress and House Servant, Washer and Ironer, about 22 years old, represented as qualified in cash department, of good character. Sold for no fault. Also, a good Shoemaker and Tanner. S E Fondren. Odd Fellows Hall. Corner of Franklin and Mayo sts. fe 28--cod6t*
Negroes at private sale. --I have for sale privately a No. 1 Seamstress and House Servant, Washer and Ironer, about 22 years old, represented as qualified in each department, of good character. Sold for no fault. Also, a good Shoemaker and Tanner. S R Fondenn, Odd Fellows' Hall, Corner of Franklin and Mayo sts. fe 23--cod6t*
The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], Another theatrical row in New Orleans. (search)
House Breaking. --The meat house of Mr. John F Tanner, on 3d street, Gamble's Hill, was forcibly entered and robbed of a number of fine hams, two firkins of lard, and other valuable articles of food. The police were notified of the fact yesterday morning, and endeavored to ferret out the thieves, but had not done to yesterday afternoon.
your prowess to wrest your country from the grasp of the invader, entitling yourselves to the proud distinction of being called the deliverers of an oppressed people. (Signed,) J. B. Hood, General. Telegraphic communication with Montgomery was suspended last night, near Netasulga. The interruption is supposed to have been caused by a portion of that part of the enemy who were reported to be at Talladega on Saturday. No train has arrived to day from West Point. The main force of the enemy crossed the Chattahoochee between Isham's Ford and Rosswell, and are slowly pushing forward. Cavalry skirmishing took place this morning at Buck Head, six miles from this place. Griffin, Ga, July 19.--Four miles below Jonesboro' the engine Sunshine blew up. The engineer, Joe Haskey, Dr. Dennis, Dr. Harris, and a negro wood passer, were killed, and also Tanner, of the 35th Tenn, a train guard. The engine and five cars are a total wreck. The track will be clear before morning.
Two hundred dollars reward. --Left the residence of the undersigned, in this city, on Tuesday morning, 27th instant, his servant boy, Sam. Said boy is about five feet six or seven inches high; light gingerbread color; about fifteen years old; quite likely and intelligent; with short woolly hair. He has been employed for a few months as an officer's servant, and it is probable that he is now with General Lee's army in that capacity. The above reward will be paid for his delivery at the Tredegar Iron Works or any jail in this city. William E.L Tanner. de 29--5t*
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