The Washington Star
says: The wounded of the Massachusetts
soldiers in the fight at Baltimore
on Friday, are as follows: Company C, Stoneham
Light Infantry--Capt. J. H. Dyke
, ball wound in the head; left in Baltimore
, and supposed to have died since; Henry Dyke
, ball wound in the leg; W. H. Young
, hit with a brickbat on the arm; Stephen Flanders
, bad wound with a brickbat on the head; H. Perry
, brickbat wound on the knee; John Fortier
, wounded on the head with a stone; C. L. Gill
, a bad wound on the knee from the breech of a gun; John W. Pennall
, knocked on the head with a brickbat; John Kempton
, several bad bruises on the legs and arms from paving-stones; Morris Meade
, wounded on the leg by a brickbat; Lieut. James Wroe
, two side cuts on the head from brickbats; Daniel Brown
, the third finger of the left hand shot off. Company D, Lowell
— C. H. Chandler
, wounded on the head by a brick.
Company I, Lawrence
— V. G. Gingrass
, ball through the arm; Alonzo Joy, two fingers shot off; Sergeant G. J. Dorall
, cut on the head with a brickbat; of this company five or six are left in Baltimore
, and the nature of their wounds is not known.
Company D--W. H. Lamson
, struck on the eye and back of the head with paving stones, and other severe bruises on the body.
, Company C, nose broken with a brick.
Company D--Ira W. Moore
, badly wounded on the left arm with brickbats; George Alexander
, back of the head and neck badly cut with a brick.
adds: “All the above, except Capt. Dyke
, are at the Washington Infirmary
, under the charge of Surgeon Smith
, of their own regiment, and Dr. J. S. Smith
to the D. C. Volunteers, who has kindly volunteered his services as assistant.
A considerable number of citizens of Massachusetts
temporarily residing here, have formed themselves into an association to aid by money and other means in relieving troops sent here from that State, whenever assistance may be required.”