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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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n, and John D. Richardson. Wounded — P. L. Thurmond, mortally; A Sandifer, slightly; D P Dews, in hand; W H Williamson, leg; W S Simmons, thigh, slightly. Missing — James T Little. Company C., Clifton Greye, Captain Clement. Killed — Henry A Faris, David C Layne and Griffle Barley. Wounded-- First Sergeant Thomas Cooke, slightly; G Delweedy, in thigh; S. P. Tweedy in thigh; F B Tweedy, in hand; Jos E. Rice, in leg; W. B. Williams, in shoulder and severe; B. Phillips, in leg; Wm Wilson, mortally; Moore Jennings, leg; Chas Blakenship, shoulder and both arms; H. W. Clay, mortally; H. A Roberts, w is G. D. Rosser, wrist; W C Rosser, shoulder and both arms; W. L. Rector, mortally; W. J. Monroe, shoulder; Henry O Elliott, foot; Chap Jones, slightly; Chas B Clement, head; Peyton Edds both thighs. The missing not reported. Company D., Fincastle rifles, Capt. D. G. Houston. Killed — Jno K. Murray, Jno W Carper, and Jos Kesster. Wounded--First Lieut. John T James, s
ery word attempting to cast abstain upon them was false. Mr. Washburne was glad to hear it; but one of the most atrocious attacks on General Grant came from an Ohio paper. [haughter] Mr. Kellogg (Rep., Ill..) expressed the hope that the House would not spend its time discussing the could of our troops, and finding fault with man who have nobly performed their duty. If errors we committed in the let us all remember the bravery and gallantry dis yed and the sacrifices made. Mr. Wilson (R. p, Iowa,) said no charge has been made against Gen. Grant, though there are differences of opinion. Mr. Richardson (Dem., Ill.,) trusted the proper military authorities would be left to deal with the errors of the army officers. He regretted this discussion. During a service of eight or ten years, he had never found it necessary to vindicate on this floor the conduct of any of his fellow, citizens, either for the want of skill or courage, and that this would always be so he earn