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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 23, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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18th Va; B H Rochelle, Johnson's Artillery; G Shievers, dead, J J Davis, E Hull, Thos Mills, 2d Fla; J D Hill, will die, 18th Ga; J J Adams, 6th Ga; J S Cudd, E M Gabriel, Jenkins's reg't; 8 Young, 4th Texas; P Mader, J T Lutler, 5th Texas; C B Fontaine, 22d Ga. Second Georgia Hospital, June 28th. H P Thomas, 45th Ga; Gaven. 19th Ga; M Ratsford, 6th Ga; Dr. F an 19th Ga; A J Wesley, 7th Ga; G P Elliott, 19th Ga; A J Hadson, 35th Ga; Lt Jno Grant, 18th Ga; D Stroup, 18th Ga; Jas Williams, do; J M Rice, do; J B Fuller, 23d Ga; J G Bearding, 41th Ga; J H Edwards, 44th Ga; H S Gregory, 14th Ga; W R Milwood, 2d Ga. Third Georgia Hospital, June 28th. Asa Newsome, 48th Ga; Jas Wright, 15th Ga; J M Clary, 5th Ga; Jno Kenedy, 2d Ga; H L Smith, 9th Ga; H Oliver, 2d Ga; O H Bandey, 22d Ga; W W Kendricks, 49th Ga; J A Smith, 35th Ga; T W G Inglett, 28th Ga; W G Gresham, 18th Ga;--Dumphrees, do; J A Dunn, 22d Ga; J M Fletcher, do; T J Elliott, 19th Ga; Wiley Parker, 14th Ga;
An Escaped prisoner. We had an interview on Saturday with Mr. Wm. H. Wilson, of the 28th Virginia regiment, who recently made his escape from Castle Williams, on Governor's Island, New York. He was captured by the Yankees at the battle of Williamsburg, and immediately paroled for three weeks to wait upon the Confederate wounded. At the expiration of this time he was sent under guard to Fortress Monroe, and transferred thence to Governor's Island. Among his observations while there was the fact that the prisoners taken by Gen. Van Dorn at an early period of the war, and subsequently released, are performing guard duty at Castle Williams, thus virtually violating the conditions of their parole Mr. W. effected his escape on the 22d of June, in a manner which it is not necessary to state. After remaining for a short time in New York, he proceeded to Philadelphia, where, by adroit representations, he borrowed a sum of money from a Union man, and in due time reached Baltimore. In