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adjutant; Sergeant John Gundy, Co. D, pioneers; Privates Walter D. Byers, Co. B, pioneers; John W. Waterhouse, Co. F, pioneers; George Kelso, Co. B, pioneers; First Sergeant David Farrell, Co. B, pioneers; Third Sergeant David Gilleland, Co. B, left general guide; Corporal John Miller, Co. B; Privates George Wareham, Co. B; Samuel Clawges, Co. B; W. J. McGinn, Co. B; John McCann, Co. B; William B. Gibson, Co. B; Eli J. Agne, Co. B; John H. Walker, Co. B; Hugh Barnes, (pioneers,) Co. K; John D. Brown, Co. D. Sixth regiment.--Second Lieutenant Henry B. McKean, adjutant; First Lieutenant Samuel Waters, Co. A; First Sergeant Albin B. Jamieson, Co. A; Private Charles Yaher, Co. H, (wounded ;) Third Sergeant James Stanley, Co. A; First Sergeant Peter States, Co. I; Private Benjamin Seely, Co. H, (wounded.) Twelfth regiment.--Private William R. Fox, Co. K. Ninth regiment.--Lieutenant-Colonel R. Anderson; Major J. McK. Snodgrass; Captains S. Dick, R. Galway, J. Cuthbertson, J. T.
t his own life, and has insured success by resolving on suicide. Sixteen vessels will be sunk on the bar at the river entrance. Here is the list: AmazonCapt. SwiftNew Bedford. AmericaCapt. ChaseNew Bedford. AmericanCapt. BeardNew Bedford. ArcherCapt. WorthNew Bedford. CourierCapt. BraytonNew Bedford. FortuneCapt. RiceNew London. HeraldCapt. GiffordNew Bedford. KensingtonCapt. TiltonNew Bedford. LeonidasCapt. HowlandNew Bedford. Maria TheresaCapt. BaileyNew Bedford. PotomacCapt. BrownNew Bedford. Rebecca SimmsCapt. WillisNew Bedford. L. C. RichmondCapt. MaloyNew Bedford. Robin HoodCapt. SkinnerNew London. TenedosCapt. SissonNew London. William LeeCapt. LakeNew Bedford. They range from two hundred and seventy-five to five hundred tons, are all old whalers, heavily loaded with large blocks of granite, and cost the Government from two thousand five hundred dollars to five thousand dollars each. Some of them were once famous ships; the Archer, for instance, the
o easily; but we thought by your volleys that you were largely reenforced. The loss of the Third Missouri is two killed and three wounded; the Third Iowa none; artillery, three wounded. The Twenty-first Iowa and Ninety-ninth Illinois infantry stood the brunt of the whole battle, and the Twenty-first remained two hours and a half after all the other forces had retreated. It is evident that our small force fought bravely, and that the enemy thought we were largely reenforced. As Lieut. John D. Brown, Sergeant Wm. A. Gray, A. C. Northrup, and Peter Harrett, of the Third Iowa cavalry, (paroled to-day,) who had been on a scout, were returning from the direction of Springfield, they told them they had just come from there, and they evidently changed their route, moving through the woods to Mountain Stone, a famous rebel retreat and stronghold, by way of Hartsville. They were six thousand strong when they left Arkansas a few days ago, but their loss by desertion and death has weakene
sing an attack made upon the flank of the column near Montevallo, to be Brevet Major. Captain John D. Brown, Company L, Third Iowa cavalry, for his habitual good conduct on this and other campaigncted with judgment and gallantry. I consider him one of the best officers in my command. John D. Brown, Captain Company L, Third Iowa cavalry. This officer was wounded severely at the battle of Bns over the Locust fork of the Black Warrior river. General Wilson remained in camp all day. Captain Brown, Acting Chief Quartermaster, was ordered to take charge of corps trains. Weather rainy. Iowa Recommended for promotion by Brevet Brig.-General E. F. Winslow To be Major by brevet. John D. Brown Captain 3d Iowa Recommended for promotion by Brevet Brig.-General E. F. Winslow To be Major aptain 4th Iowa Recommended for promotion by Bvt. Maj.-Gen. E. Upton To be Major by brevet. John D. Brown Captain 3d Iowa Recommended for promotion by Bvt. Maj.-Gen. E. Upton To be Major by brevet.