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s. Buford, Hatch, Taylor, and Patrick, were killed. Generals Scheuck, Tower, Kearney, and Siegel, severely of the late Daniel Webster, was killed Colonel wounded. The American has a list of more than one hundred and fifty officers killed. Pope's report admits a loss of 8,000 on Friday. The American contains an account of the fight at Richmond, Ky., which admits that the Federal were defeated with immense loss, and driven to Lexington. Gen. Bull Nelson was severely wounded. Gen. M and Siegel, severely of the late Daniel Webster, was killed Colonel wounded. The American has a list of more than one hundred and fifty officers killed. Pope's report admits a loss of 8,000 on Friday. The American contains an account of the fight at Richmond, Ky., which admits that the Federal were defeated with immense loss, and driven to Lexington. Gen. Bull Nelson was severely wounded. Gen. McClellan retains command only of the "Army of the Potomac."He was not sent to Pope.
e to cross the Rappahannock." Yet the Rappahannock has been crossed. There was not "one chance in ten" of Jackson turning Pope's flank. Yet he did turn it. According to the showing of the Times, when read by light of subsequent events, our troops hey are a horse of a different color. They have beaten, although their full strength was not there, the combined forces of Pope, Burnside, and McClellan.--They have given these veracious gentry food enough for a whole broadside of bulletins. They had under the protection of his gunboats, where he lay shivering and skulking until he got an opportunity to steal away — if Pope was victorious when he was routed at Cedar Run, and when he was hemmed in and beaten to death on Friday--what will they beictory, the people of their cities would be sure, if they told the tale themselves, to go in mourning for it. A victory by Pope or McClellan always means a disastrous defeat. Nothing can equal or abate Yankee impudence. It is as indestructible
The Daily Dispatch: September 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], The battle of Friday last, and particulars Connected Therewith. (search)
ilst Ewell occupied Bristow, and Hill and Stuart dispersed the force sent from Alexandria to attack what the enemy supposed to be only a cavalry force. The General commanding this force of the enemy lost his leg, and had his brigade nearly annihilated. At 3 o'clock P. M. the enemy attacked General Ewell at Bristow, and that General, after a handsome little fight, in which he punished the enemy severely, retired across Muddy Run, as had previously been agreed upon, to Manassas Junction.--Pope claims to have captured a thousand prisoners and a baggage train on Wednesday. Not a prisoner was captured, and not a wagon was on that side of Muddy, Run, and no wagon was ever captured. After sunset on Thursday General Jackson accomplished one of the most beautiful and masterly strategic movements of the war. He found himself many miles in advance of the rest of our Army The enemy might throw his immense columns between him and Longstreet — Alexandria and Washington was to his rear wh
Pope's officers. --There are now fifty-eight of Pope's commissioned officers and one of his surgeons in confinement here. There parties are not considered prisoners of war. An aid of Burnside, recently captured, is, however, placed in that category. Pope's officers. --There are now fifty-eight of Pope's commissioned officers and one of his surgeons in confinement here. There parties are not considered prisoners of war. An aid of Burnside, recently captured, is, however, placed in that category.