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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
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s more so to the enemy, if recent reports are true. It is believed there were seven regiments of infantry, one of cavalry, and eight pieces of light artillery against us. The following is a list of the casualties; Eleventh Virginia, Col. Garland. Company a, Rifle Rangers, from Lynchburg--Private John Henry, killed accidentally. Company B--Lieutenant T B Horton, wounded in the thigh; private Walker Thurmond, wounded in thigh, and missing. Company C--Privates Wm. H Hobson, mortally wounded in abdomen; S T Franklin, wounded in thigh; Joseph S Rice, wounded in arm, slight; John B Wood, both arms slight. Company D--pptivates Melvin Gibbs, killed; W. Carper, and James McDowell, wounded slightly in feet. Company E--None. Company F--Private Robert Burt, slightly hurt. Company G--None. Company H--Henry Goldin, killed; Jos Flowers, severe wound in knee; George W. Rogers, missing. Company I--Captain James H. Jameson, shot through thigh, priva