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The Daily Dispatch: June 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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h. Saunders, J T, co F. 7th Tenn, head. Stroud, L D. co F, 7th Tenn, arm. Sulivan, B F, co G, 7th Tenn, groin. Spergen, Samuel, co F, 14th Tenn, eye. Stokes, H E, co C, 2d Florida, hand. Stimson, N B, co A, 24th Va, hand. Scarver, S, co K, 28th Ga, hand. Stackleather, N M, co B, 23d N C, shoulder. Sumner, h, N, co H, 11th Miss, side. Seay, R B, Capt, co K, 5th S C, fore arm. Smiles, W, La Foot Rifles, thigh. Sawney, A T, co C, 14th Tenn, valuns conturum. Stokes, C H, co A, 22d N C. Sozars, W A, co D, 88th Va, leg. Soulder, J H, co D, 38th Va, leg. Shelton, J H, co F, 38th Va, shoulder. Singleton, J, co G, 38th V S Sudderth, wounded. Total--6 killed, 25 wounded. Company B--1st Lieut S H Adams, killed; 3d Lieut A L Finley, supposed killed; Corp'l W L Bird, Privates G W Stokes, Martin -fford, killed; Sergt J P Tate, Privates W A Holyfield, W A Buckhannon, W F Gibbs, Jno Martin, John Gwin, J G Poget, Martin Cartis, P F Sigley, Thos Odea
States would soon be swept away by the Federal Government like chaff before the winter's storm." W. H. Wisener, a small traitor, of insignificant calibre, claimed that "one year ago he stood solitary and alone, among one hundred members of the Legislature, on that floor, opposing the bill for the Dis Convention." Numerous others, "ours of low degree," whose reputations are not merely local, figured in the proceedings of this conclave, among them the following: Russell Houston, Jordan Stokes, John Trimore, Allen A. Hall, and William B. Lewis. Such is the black list of the odiam- covered traitors who took a leading part in the most disgraceful and infamous movement of the war — names that will be "embalmed in hate and canonized in scorn" through all time to come. One remarkable fact in reference to this matter is, that of the whole number, we do not recognize a man whose loyalty has heretofore been entirely above suspicion. They have all been known as secret sympathizers w