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From Gen. Lee's army. We have nothing later that we regard as entirely reliable from the other side of the Potomac. The passengers by the Central train yesterday evening brought a rumor, which was circulating in Staunton yesterday morning, to the effect that our army had driven back the enemy and occupied Frederick city, Maryland. As to the time when this occurred, there seems to be no knowledge. Our conclusion is that there is no foundation for the report. The last accounts we had from the two armies represented Gen. Lee's forces to be in line-of battle in the neighborhood of Hagerstown, and the enemy along the line of Antietam Creek. To reach Frederick a general engagement must have taken place, unless the Federal forces evacuated their position without a fight, which it is hardly probable they did. The rumor stated that we had driven them back, with comparatively slight loss on our side, and that we had captured a large number of prisoners. Among the wounded officers
Hagerstown (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
r side of the Potomac. The passengers by the Central train yesterday evening brought a rumor, which was circulating in Staunton yesterday morning, to the effect that our army had driven back the enemy and occupied Frederick city, Maryland. As to the time when this occurred, there seems to be no knowledge. Our conclusion is that there is no foundation for the report. The last accounts we had from the two armies represented Gen. Lee's forces to be in line-of battle in the neighborhood of Hagerstown, and the enemy along the line of Antietam Creek. To reach Frederick a general engagement must have taken place, unless the Federal forces evacuated their position without a fight, which it is hardly probable they did. The rumor stated that we had driven them back, with comparatively slight loss on our side, and that we had captured a large number of prisoners. Among the wounded officers who arrived here yesterday evening, were Col. Griffin, of the 18th Mississippi regiment, who is wo
andolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Bannister, Twichell, Cross, J F Griffin, Davis, Frierson, White, Cookley, and Forrest. A letter from Capt E W Branch, of the Richmond Grays, (12th Virginia) gives the following losses in that company: Killed--private Allen. Wounded — Sergeant P H Kelly in right wrist; privates Jos C Dickerson, A F Rogers, F J Davis, and P W Old, all slightly. Dickerson and Rogers are in the hands of the enemy, as is also Kelly. andolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Bannister, Twichell, Cross, J F Griffin, Davis, Frierson, White, Cookley, and Forrest. A letter from Capt E W Branch, of the Richmond Grays, (12th Virginia) gives the following losses in that company: Killed--private Allen. Wounded — Sergeant P H Kelly in right wrist; privates Jos C Dickerson, A F Rogers, F J Davis, and P W Old, all slightly. Dickerson and Rogers are in the hands of the enemy, as is also Kelly
George Norton (search for this): article 4
Antietam Creek. To reach Frederick a general engagement must have taken place, unless the Federal forces evacuated their position without a fight, which it is hardly probable they did. The rumor stated that we had driven them back, with comparatively slight loss on our side, and that we had captured a large number of prisoners. Among the wounded officers who arrived here yesterday evening, were Col. Griffin, of the 18th Mississippi regiment, who is wounded in the left leg, and Captain George Norton, of the 1st Virginia regiment. We have obtained some further lists of losses among our troops: Losses in Taylor's Battery, (Alexander's Battalion;): Killed — Corporals W P Ray and Joseph Lantz. Wounded — Corpl Wirt, slightly; privates C T Atkinson, E J. Sheppard, Carter Eubank, L P Gentry, Byrd McCormick' all seriously; Vincent F Buford, Jos O Woody' and Oscar Lucas, slightly. Col. Aylett, of the 53d Virginia, was not killed, but slightly wounded by a fragment of shel
Losses in Taylor's Battery, (Alexander's Battalion;): Killed — Corporals W P Ray and Joseph Lantz. Wounded — Corpl Wirt, slightly; privates C T Atkinson, E J. Sheppard, Carter Eubank, L P Gentry, Byrd McCormick' all seriously; Vincent F Buford, Jos O Woody' and Oscar Lucas, slightly. Col. Aylett, of the 53d Virginia, was not killed, but slightly wounded by a fragment of shell. Letters have been received from him since his death was reported. Losses in the second company Washingtonandolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Bannister, Twichell, Cross, J F Griffin, Davis, Frierson, White, Cookley, and Forrest. A letter from Capt E W Branch, of the Richmond Grays, (12th Virginia) gives the following losses in that company: Killed--private Allen. Wounded — Sergeant P H Kelly in right wrist; privates Jos C Dickerson, A F Rogers, F J Davis, and P W Old, all slightly. Dickerson and Rogers are in the hands of the enemy, as is also Ke
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oral Chalaron, severely in leg; privates Freret, leg amputated; Layman, mortally — Williamsport, Md, 6th. Killed--private Isaac Randolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Bannister, Twichell, Cross, J F Griffin, Davis, Frierson, White, Cookley, and Forrest. A letter from Capt E W Branch, of the Richmond Grays, (12th Virginia) gives the following losses in that company: Killed--private Allen. Wounded — Sergeant P H Kelly in right wrist; privates Jos C Dicandolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Bannister, Twichell, Cross, J F Griffin, Davis, Frierson, White, Cookley, and Forrest. A letter from Capt E W Branch, of the Richmond Grays, (12th Virginia) gives the following losses in that company: Killed--private Allen. Wounded — Sergeant P H Kelly in right wrist; privates Jos C Dickerson, A F Rogers, F J Davis, and P W Old, all slightly. Dickerson and Rogers are in the hands of the enemy, as is also Ke
rter Eubank, L P Gentry, Byrd McCormick' all seriously; Vincent F Buford, Jos O Woody' and Oscar Lucas, slightly. Col. Aylett, of the 53d Virginia, was not killed, but slightly wounded by a fragment of shell. Letters have been received from him since his death was reported. Losses in the second company Washington Artillery, Gettysburg, 3d inst. Wounded--Corporal Chalaron, severely in leg; privates Freret, leg amputated; Layman, mortally — Williamsport, Md, 6th. Killed--private Isaac Randolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Bannister, Twichell, Cross, J F Griffin, Davis, Frierson, White, Cookley, and Forrest. A letter from Capt E W Branch, of the Richmond Grays, (12th Virginia) gives the following losses in that company: Killed--private Allen. Wounded — Sergeant P H Kelly in right wrist; privates Jos C Dickerson, A F Rogers, F J Davis, and P W Old, all slightly. Dickerson and Rogers are in the hands of the enemy, as is also Kell
ived here yesterday evening, were Col. Griffin, of the 18th Mississippi regiment, who is wounded in the left leg, and Captain George Norton, of the 1st Virginia regiment. We have obtained some further lists of losses among our troops: Losses in Taylor's Battery, (Alexander's Battalion;): Killed — Corporals W P Ray and Joseph Lantz. Wounded — Corpl Wirt, slightly; privates C T Atkinson, E J. Sheppard, Carter Eubank, L P Gentry, Byrd McCormick' all seriously; Vincent F Buford, Jos O Woody' and Oscar Lucas, slightly. Col. Aylett, of the 53d Virginia, was not killed, but slightly wounded by a fragment of shell. Letters have been received from him since his death was reported. Losses in the second company Washington Artillery, Gettysburg, 3d inst. Wounded--Corporal Chalaron, severely in leg; privates Freret, leg amputated; Layman, mortally — Williamsport, Md, 6th. Killed--private Isaac Randolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Banni<
From Gen. Lee's army. We have nothing later that we regard as entirely reliable from the other side of the Potomac. The passengers by the Central train yesterday evening brought a rumor, which was circulating in Staunton yesterday morning, to the effect that our army had driven back the enemy and occupied Frederick city, Maryland. As to the time when this occurred, there seems to be no knowledge. Our conclusion is that there is no foundation for the report. The last accounts we had from the two armies represented Gen. Lee's forces to be in line-of battle in the neighborhood of Hagerstown, and the enemy along the line of Antietam Creek. To reach Frederick a general engagement must have taken place, unless the Federal forces evacuated their position without a fight, which it is hardly probable they did. The rumor stated that we had driven them back, with comparatively slight loss on our side, and that we had captured a large number of prisoners. Among the wounded officers
ter Eubank, L P Gentry, Byrd McCormick' all seriously; Vincent F Buford, Jos O Woody' and Oscar Lucas, slightly. Col. Aylett, of the 53d Virginia, was not killed, but slightly wounded by a fragment of shell. Letters have been received from him since his death was reported. Losses in the second company Washington Artillery, Gettysburg, 3d inst. Wounded--Corporal Chalaron, severely in leg; privates Freret, leg amputated; Layman, mortally — Williamsport, Md, 6th. Killed--private Isaac Randolph. Wounded--Corporals Jewett and Hall; privates Humphrey, Watterson, Bannister, Twichell, Cross, J F Griffin, Davis, Frierson, White, Cookley, and Forrest. A letter from Capt E W Branch, of the Richmond Grays, (12th Virginia) gives the following losses in that company: Killed--private Allen. Wounded — Sergeant P H Kelly in right wrist; privates Jos C Dickerson, A F Rogers, F J Davis, and P W Old, all slightly. Dickerson and Rogers are in the hands of the enemy, as is also Kell
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