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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
ckman. Wounded: Serg't H. B Brown, J A Boon, G C Poplin, A Grose, J. M Atwood, G D Halcomb; W M Carter, A S Hair, W Cook, J E Hutchins, A R Reese, R D Russell, D T Talley, W H Felts, L J Wells, W R Hwell, J A Logall, J A Oliver, J. P Puteguat, R W Woodward, W. H. Templin. Severely wounded: J W Carter, J D Campbell, J M Jones, J R Smith, W P Clanghten. There were 28 horses of the battery killed d: W. R. Pendleton, D. Newcomb. Company H.--Killed: Lieut R B Strite H W. Orther Jas H Carter. Wounded: Capt Shear it Farns worth, E R Legg E S Russell. Company I.--Filted Colur-Serg Company K.--Killed: Privates paul Barger, Geo Cauble, James Solemon. Wounded: Privates Alfred C Carter. Wm Morris, J F Thompson. The regiment went into the battle with 130 effective men. KilledKilled: Color Sgt W M Due, Privates W E Lindsey. H C Tommy. Wounded: Lt L H Hill; Privates J E Carter, C K McMorris, B J Goss, W A Bensoo, L A Calla. Way, J R King, G A Jones, W Jefter, W M Teague,
erations on the part of our army. At last accounts a large fleet of Federal gunboats and transports were lying — between Berkeley and Westover. No firing was heard on the river yesterday morning. Before leaving Shirley the Yankees robbed Mr. Carter, the owner of the estate, of all his stock. Phis of the enemy on Thursday. A member of Stuart's Cavalry, who left the scene of operations on Thursday afternoon, informs us that the mass of the diminished army was then at Westover, on tppes's Island, and at times some of them were up to their arm-pits in the water. Others seized all the boats they could place their hands upon and put out for the opposite banks, or into the many coves and inlets with which the river abounds. Mr. Carter, we hear, loses eleven boats, every one he had, while all his neighbors shared a similar fate. A free man of color crossed over to Bermuda Hundreds, Wednesday night; bringing some seventy or eighty very valuable coats, jackets and pants, (