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The Daily Dispatch: June 18, 1862., [Electronic resource],
's Artillery Battalion Courtney
Courtney's Artillery Battalion. We have received the subjoined list of casualties in Courtney's Battalion (consisting of the Courtney Artillery and Manchester Artillery,) in the engagement near Union Church, Rockingham county, on Sunday, the 8th instant. This command had six pieces in the action, and stood for four consecutive hours amidst a terrific shower of shot and shell from twenty pieces of the enemy's artillery. A discharge of Minnie balls was finally poured into them by a regiment that crept up within range under cover of an old building. The loss, under such circumstances, is miraculously small: Courtney Artillery--Killed: Serg't John M. Duke and Serg't Thos. W. Golding. Wounded: Serg't G. C. Courtney, slight, in hand; private Samuel Conway, severely, in side. Manchester Artillery.--Killed: Privates Jno. Shell and Thos. Cox. Wounded: Serg't Jas. A. Vaiden, severely, in leg and head; privates C. Huband, severely, in arm; Z. Jamieson, slight, in hand.