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L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion, Pauline Cushman, the celebrated Union spy and scout of the Army of the Cumberland. (search)
gammoned some of the leading secessionists of Louisville, especially a Mrs. Ford, and placed a very effectual embargo on a large amount of quinine, morphine, and other medicines, which were in transit to the rebel army. In course of time, Mr. J. R. Allen, of the new theatre of Nashville, Tenn., arrived at Louisville, engaged in looking up a good company of actors, and meeting with Mr. Wood of the Louisville theatre, was recommended to secure Miss Cushman. She is a good looking woman, and anfor one minute. Her woman's face prevailed, he let her pass, and she took pains to stay within the car. When the officer of the guard came around to inspect the passes, she had a made up story all ready, at the same time showing her order from Mr. Allen to report herself immediately at his theatre. He hesitated, but her pleasing face and a few womanly tears carried the point, and our heroine was soon on her way to Nashville, at that time the base of operations of the glorious Army of the Sou
--Among the killed at the battle of Sharpsburg, in the 15th Virginia regiment, was Capt. Abner V. England, of the Henrico Guard, formerly a Lieutenant in the Young Guard of Richmond. He was shot through the heart just as he had wheeled his company into line. In the Young Guard, Lieut. G. W. Berry was wounded in the abdomen, Sergt. E. W. Jones, in the shoulder, and Corp'l J. R. Allen, in hand. Lieut. Allen, of the Henrico Southern Guard, was wounded in the left breast and wrist seriously. --Among the killed at the battle of Sharpsburg, in the 15th Virginia regiment, was Capt. Abner V. England, of the Henrico Guard, formerly a Lieutenant in the Young Guard of Richmond. He was shot through the heart just as he had wheeled his company into line. In the Young Guard, Lieut. G. W. Berry was wounded in the abdomen, Sergt. E. W. Jones, in the shoulder, and Corp'l J. R. Allen, in hand. Lieut. Allen, of the Henrico Southern Guard, was wounded in the left breast and wrist seriously.
of Thursday evening, Brig. Gen. Lane, of Wilcox's division, was severely wounded in the hip and Brig. Gen. Rickland slightly. We have received the following list of causalities in the 13th Virginia infantry in a skirmish with the enemy near Cold Harbor yesterday morning. Co. A.--Wounded: Corporal J. C. Bethel, severely, in leg. Co. C.--Wounded: Private William Bumpass, seriously, in side. Co. D.--Wounded: Private T. Jones, slightly, in foot. Co. H., (Young Guard.) --Killed: Serg't J. R. Allen. Wounded Capt. Campbell G. Lawson, thigh fractured, (since amputated;) Lawrence Allen lost two fingers. The heavy firing that commenced about 6 o'clock last evening, and continued until 9, is believed to have proceeded from a renewal of the assault by the enemy upon our works, watch was anticipated by our commanders an officer who left the field at half-past 5 states that the firing was in front of Gaines's Mill. [from our own correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia,Battle-