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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 32 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 6 0 Browse Search
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jaded division was compelled to yield, and after six hours magnificent fighting, it fell back out of sight of its camps, and to a point within half a mile of the landing. Wallace's brigade — the leader wounded. Let us turn to the fate of Hurburt's companion division — that of Brig. Gen. W. H. L. Wallace, which included the 2d and 7th Iowa 9th and 28th Illinois, and several of the other regiments composing Maj. Gen. Smith's old division. Wallace had also three excellent, batteries — Stone's, Richardson's, and Weber's (all from Missouri)--formerly an artillery battalion, under the general management of Major Cavender. With him, too, the fight began about ten o'clock, as already described. From that time till four in the afternoon they manfully bore up. The musketry fire was absolutely continuous; there was scarcely a moment that some part of the line was not pouring in their rattling volleys, and the artillery was admirably served, with but little intermission through th<
tion of the flag therefore. The case of Gen. Stone. Mr. McDougall, (Opp,) of California, cato the fact that it was now fifty days since Gen. Stone had been arrested at his home, at midnight, lated the circumstances immediately prior to Gen Stone's arrest. He stated that Gen. Stone had visGen. Stone had visited the President and Secretary of War in friendly intercourse, and dined with the Commanding Generame, was all that had made charges against General Stone, and nothing else could be learned. He quht that the Senate should demand a trial for Gen Stone. Mr. Wade thought that the two hours plhad heard that the committee had the case of Gen Stone under consideration, which led by his arrest, but remedied numerous-wrongs. So far as General Stone was concerned, he was a stranger to the co All that Mr. McDougall had said in favor of Gen. Stone would apply equally well to Jeff. Davis. Thh public interests relating to the arrest of Gen. Stone. Mr. McDougall desired it to go over un[5 more...]