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Chadbourne (search for this): article 4
d leg — tetanus. Capt N St Martin, Co K, 8th Louisiana--both thighs. Lieut Arnge Bozier, Co--,9th Louisiana. Captain C B Marmillion, Co G, 10th Louisiana--thigh. First Lieut Chas Knowlton, Co B, 10th Louisiana. Lieut S Herrera, Co G, 10th Louisiana. Capt M D Robinson. Co--13th Alabama. Capt W P Harper, Co H, 7th Louisiana--abdomen. First Lieut A E Knox, Co H, 7th Louisiana--fracture lower jaw. Lieut — Chandier, Co--48th Virginia--died. G W Chadbourne, 9th Louisiana--neck, died. Lieut J B Blackman, Co H, 12th South Carolina--belt thigh amputated. Total, 49. From Pensacola — Galveston to be attacked. The United States bark A. Houghton, Newell Graham, Acting Master, commanding, arrived at New York on Wednesday morning from Pensacola, after a passage of eighteen days. She brings home invalids from the Western Gulf Squadron. At Pensacola all was quiet and the health good. A part of the mortar fleet had sailed for Gal<
George W. Morgan (search for this): article 4
cers, and all of them veterans, who have experienced service in the campaigns of 184849 and 1859.60. Can and will the State of New York engage them? Will you inquire about this of his Excellency, Gov. E. D. Morgan? * * * They could all arrive ready equipped in New York. Please accept this, my proposition, as a testimony of the love I bear the great Union Republic of America, and I shall consider myself fortunate if my proffered services are accepted from this standpoint. In the hope to be soon favored with an answer, I have the honor to subscribe, with the most profound respect, A — R--, Colonel. Miscellaneous. Gen. George W. Morgan (Federal) has been temporarily suspended from his command for evacuating Cumberland Gap. The remains of Mrs. Gen. Scott were delivered at New York, on Tuesday, from on board of the ship St. Charles, from Leghorn, to Mr. Williams, the sexton of St. Thomas Church, who was appointed by Gen. Scott to superintend the removal.
Ann Arundel (search for this): article 4
6,00 to be raised by draft. Baltimore city is to furnish only 46 men by draft, having been credited with 5897 volunteers. It says: The following table, 1st column, shows the aggregate number of volunteers and drafted men apportioned among the counties, &c The 2d column, the soldiers already furnished by each as volunteers. The 3d column, the net residue to be drafted after apportioning excesses: Counties.Whole No.No, of Vol.No. to be D' d. Allegheny8721,463In excess. Ann Arundel59570491 Baltimore city6,9955,89746 Bait county1,600584978 Calvert2460232 Carolina30123156 Carroll742499210 Cecil698817In excess. Charles3821349 Dorchester620246252 Frederick1,3541,019259 Hanford664423204 Howard363115227 Kent341448In excess. Montgomery4857452 Prince George5582525 Queen Anne40575303 St. Mary's3704346 Somerset660157466 Talbot37997261 Washington9431,048In excess. Worcester556195330 The draft is to be made on Wednesday, the 15th. The Corcoran Leg
e to be drafted after apportioning excesses: Counties.Whole No.No, of Vol.No. to be D' d. Allegheny8721,463In excess. Ann Arundel59570491 Baltimore city6,9955,89746 Bait county1,600584978 Calvert2460232 Carolina30123156 Carroll742499210 Cecil698817In excess. Charles3821349 Dorchester620246252 Frederick1,3541,019259 Hanford664423204 Howard363115227 Kent341448In excess. Montgomery4857452 Prince George5582525 Queen Anne40575303 St. Mary's3704346 Somerset660157466 Talbot37997261 Washington9431,048In excess. Worcester556195330 The draft is to be made on Wednesday, the 15th. The Corcoran Legion. A letter from New York, dated the 10th inst., says: Recruiting for the Corcoran Legion is progressing finely. The Buffalo regiment, which is to be attached to General Corcoran's command, will arrive in this city on Saturday next, and be immediately dispatched to camp. This will swell up the Legion to nearly five thousand men. To the energetic ex
Chas Knowlton (search for this): article 4
h North Carolina. Lieut James H McBride, Co--,--Louisiana--head, shell, died. Second Lieut M V B Swan, Co B, 2d Louisianan — shoulder and breast. Col J M Williams, 2d Louisiana--lung. Lieut R H Slaughter, Co F, 8th Louisiana. Second Lieut Wm E Cooke, Co A, 8th Louisiana, thigh and leg — tetanus. Capt N St Martin, Co K, 8th Louisiana--both thighs. Lieut Arnge Bozier, Co--,9th Louisiana. Captain C B Marmillion, Co G, 10th Louisiana--thigh. First Lieut Chas Knowlton, Co B, 10th Louisiana. Lieut S Herrera, Co G, 10th Louisiana. Capt M D Robinson. Co--13th Alabama. Capt W P Harper, Co H, 7th Louisiana--abdomen. First Lieut A E Knox, Co H, 7th Louisiana--fracture lower jaw. Lieut — Chandier, Co--48th Virginia--died. G W Chadbourne, 9th Louisiana--neck, died. Lieut J B Blackman, Co H, 12th South Carolina--belt thigh amputated. Total, 49. From Pensacola — Galveston to be attacked. The United States
Silas Totten (search for this): article 4
d and dying of our army and navy and volunteers — we shall gladly receive them and fervently use them. Resolved, That a certified copy of the foregoing report and resolutions be transmitted to the House of Bishops, in evidence of the views and feelings of this body in reference to the afflicting condition of our Church and of our country. New York October 9th, 1862. Wm Cooper Mead, S. C. Thrall. Ed. Y. Higbee, Robert C. Winthrop, W. D. Wilson, Washington Hunt, Silas Totten, John N. Conyngham, Charles B. Goddard. Vallandigham on the Stump. This gentleman is busily engaged in canvassing his old district, preparatory to the election shortly to be held. The Middletown (Ohio) Journal says that in a speech at Post Town he declared the President was a disunionist — said the "sun, moon, and stars would turn to gore before the North can conquer the South," and spoke of the army of the Union as carrying the "black flag." The Journal says: He exhi
Lieut R H Slaughter, Co F, 8th Louisiana. Second Lieut Wm E Cooke, Co A, 8th Louisiana, thigh and leg — tetanus. Capt N St Martin, Co K, 8th Louisiana--both thighs. Lieut Arnge Bozier, Co--,9th Louisiana. Captain C B Marmillion, Co G, 10th Louisiana--thigh. First Lieut Chas Knowlton, Co B, 10th Louisiana. Lieut S Herrera, Co G, 10th Louisiana. Capt M D Robinson. Co--13th Alabama. Capt W P Harper, Co H, 7th Louisiana--abdomen. First Lieut A E Knox, Co H, 7th Louisiana--fracture lower jaw. Lieut — Chandier, Co--48th Virginia--died. G W Chadbourne, 9th Louisiana--neck, died. Lieut J B Blackman, Co H, 12th South Carolina--belt thigh amputated. Total, 49. From Pensacola — Galveston to be attacked. The United States bark A. Houghton, Newell Graham, Acting Master, commanding, arrived at New York on Wednesday morning from Pensacola, after a passage of eighteen days. She brings home invalids from the Western Gulf Sq<
James Anderson (search for this): article 4
a. Adjutant J W Rentz, 13th Alabama. First Lieut W M Hardwick, 48th Alabama--foot. First Lieut T P Samford, Co M. 1st Texas--back and leg. First Lieut A J McKean, Co A. 4th Texas. Second Lieut J M Alexander, Co K, 5th Texas. Third Lieut J P Drake, Co I, 5th Texas. Capt E M Morrison, Co C, 15th Virginia--arm amputated. First Lieut G P How, Co I, 15th Virginia--shoulder, severe. Second Lieut G W Berry, Co H, 15th Virginia--leg amputated. Lieut James Anderson, Co G, 30th Virginia--died. Third Lieut J N Hume, Go B, 37th Virginia--arm. Colonel John E Penn, 42d Va — thigh amputated. Third Lieut J V Shelton, Co E, 13th Mississippi--thigh. First Lieut C H Wilson, Co F, 16th Mississippi--thigh amputated. First Lieut T J Williams, Co K, 17th Mississippi--thigh. First Lieut J McNutt, Co C, 17th Mississippi--thigh, amputated. Second Lieut J M James, Co B. 17th Mississippi--chest. First Lieut W B Stinson, Co--
First Lieut G P How, Co I, 15th Virginia--shoulder, severe. Second Lieut G W Berry, Co H, 15th Virginia--leg amputated. Lieut James Anderson, Co G, 30th Virginia--died. Third Lieut J N Hume, Go B, 37th Virginia--arm. Colonel John E Penn, 42d Va — thigh amputated. Third Lieut J V Shelton, Co E, 13th Mississippi--thigh. First Lieut C H Wilson, Co F, 16th Mississippi--thigh amputated. First Lieut T J Williams, Co K, 17th Mississippi--thigh. First Lieut J McNutt, Co C, 17th Mississippi--thigh, amputated. Second Lieut J M James, Co B. 17th Mississippi--chest. First Lieut W B Stinson, Co--, 18th Mississippi--hip. Capt J Howard, Co B, 2d North Carolina--shoulder and thigh. Second Lieut R L Warrington, Co F, 2d North Carolina--head and foot. Lieut W Quince, Co--, 3d North Carolina--brought in on litter dead. Second Lieut W A Threadgill, Co C, 14th North Carolina. Lieut H H West, Co H, 20th North Carolina--shoulder.
Charles B. Goddard (search for this): article 4
unteers — we shall gladly receive them and fervently use them. Resolved, That a certified copy of the foregoing report and resolutions be transmitted to the House of Bishops, in evidence of the views and feelings of this body in reference to the afflicting condition of our Church and of our country. New York October 9th, 1862. Wm Cooper Mead, S. C. Thrall. Ed. Y. Higbee, Robert C. Winthrop, W. D. Wilson, Washington Hunt, Silas Totten, John N. Conyngham, Charles B. Goddard. Vallandigham on the Stump. This gentleman is busily engaged in canvassing his old district, preparatory to the election shortly to be held. The Middletown (Ohio) Journal says that in a speech at Post Town he declared the President was a disunionist — said the "sun, moon, and stars would turn to gore before the North can conquer the South," and spoke of the army of the Union as carrying the "black flag." The Journal says: He exhibited a five dollar gold piece, and said
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