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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces in the campaign of the Carolinas. (search)
, Capt. Edward H. Pinny, Col. Horace Boughton; 61st Ohio, Capt. John Garrett; 82d Ohio, Lieut.-Col. David Thomson, Maj. James S. Crall; 31st Wis., Col. Francis H. West. Second division, Brig.-Gen. John W. Geary. First Brigade, Col. Ario Pardee, Jr., Col. George W. Mindil: 5th Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Robert Kirkup; 29th Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Jonas Schoonover; 66th Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Eugene Powell, Capt. Theodoric G. Keller; 28th Pa., Col. John Flynn, Lieut.-Col. James Fitzpatrick; 147th Pa., Lieut.-Col. John Craig. Second Brigade, Col. George W. Mindil, Col. Patrick H. Jones: 33d N. J., Lieut.-Col. Enos Fourat, Col. George W. Mindil, Maj. Nathaniel K. Bray; 119th N. Y., Col. John T. Lockman; 134th N. Y., Capt. Perry E. McMaster, Lieut.-Col. Allan H. Jackson; 154th N. Y., Col. Patrick H. Jones, Lieut.-Col. Lewis D. Warner; 73d Pa., Capt. Samuel D. Miller, Maj. Christian H. Goebel; 109th Pa., Capt. William Geary. Third Brigade, Col. Henry A. Barnum: 60th N. Y., Capt. Abner B. Shipman, Lieut-Col.
and discretion. On seeing that he must either be killed or taken prisoner, he threw his sword into the river, divested himself of his wearing apparel, and swam to the island. Company C.--Lieut. Chas P. McPherson commanding. Wounded--Corporal Duncan McPhail--1. Missing--Lieut. Chas. McPherson, Sergeant Robert Crawford. Corporals: Geo. W. Odell, Chas. Wiggard, Thomas Soumerville. Privates: Daniel Barrett, Christian Backer, Carl Bower, Patrick Cahill, Augustus Cronier, John C. Calhoun, John Craig, William Church, Francis Campbell, William Deckleman, Arthur Donnelly, James H. Dogherty, Michael Donevan, Thomas Dunegan, Michael Eagan, James Fitzgerald, Felix F. Fagan, John Gorrill, Hugh Gilchrist, Edward Hicks, Jacob Hecker, Wm. Jamieson, Michael Hawkins, Edward Lindsay, William May, James Moore, John Moriarty, John McKenna, John McLoughlin, Robert McMonagh, John Nichol, John Grittle, Lewis Peters, Henry Pardy, Peter Riley, William Stripp, Charles Smith, Charles Sparrows, Fred. Schelt
next do you propose we shall do? Are we to tell the people that Republicanism is a failure? If you are for that, I am not. I came here to sustain and uphold American institutions — to defend the rights of the North as well as the South--to secure harmony and good fellowship between all sections of our common country. They dared not answer these questions. The Southern temper had not then been gotten up. As my questions were not answered, I moved an adjournment of the caucus sine die. Mr Craig, of Virginia, seconded the motion, and the company was broken up. We returned to the house, and Mr. Ingersoll, of Pennsylvania--a glorious patriot then, as now — introduced a resolution which temporarily calmed the excitement. After this John Quincy Adams introduced a petition said to be signed by four negroes of Fredericksburg. The Representative from that district proved it to be a hoax; that no such persons lived in that vicinity. But even this trifling hoax was seized upon as a
asures of such revolutionary character — announced my determination to resume my seat in the House and hold it to the end of my term of service, and to leave to the people of the United States themselves to decide when measures ought to be adopted with a view to change the old, and form a new Government. As no gentleman undertook either to answer my interrogatories or reply to my remonstrance against the proposed proceeding, I moved an adjournment, sine die, which motion was seconded by Mr. Craig, of Virginia, and the meeting was dissolved. After adjourning, the members of the meeting resumed their seats in the House, where resolutions on the slavery question, which had been prepared by Mr. W. B. Shepherd, of North Carolina, and Mr. J. R. Ingersoll, of Philadelphia, were offered, and were voted for by every member of the House, excepting three or four of those who were then known as Nullifiers. This, in substance, I think, was the statement made to the meeting at Front street
was gay and smiling. The marine corps was well represented by Captain Thom, whose tranquil mien gave evidence that the hottest fire was no novelty to him. One of his guns was served effectively and creditably by a detachment of the United Artillery, of Norfolk, under the command of Captain Kevill. The muzzle of their gun was struck by a shell from the enemy, which broke off a piece of the gun, but they continued to fire as if it was uninjured. Midshipmen Foute, Marmaduke, Littlepage, Craig, and Long redered valuable services. Their conduct would have been creditable to older heads, and gave great promise of future usefulness. Midshipman Marmaduke, though receiving several painful wounds early in the action, manfully fought his gun until the close. He is now at the hospital. Paymaster Semple volunteered for any service, and was assigned to the command of the powder division, an important and complicated duty, which could not have been better performed. Surgeon Phillips
. Coltherco, in head: A. J. Pierce, in left shoulder. Company B. Killed: Private James T. Sanders. Wounded: Corporal George W. Gross, in thigh; private Daniel Munick, in mouth. Company C. Killed: Private George Snuffer. Wounded: Privates John Newby, James M. Sloan. Company D. Wounded: Privates S. E. James, William Umbarger, James Duncan, Isaac Broun, A. O. Saunders. Company G. Killed: First Lieutenant Robert C. Taylor. Wounded: Sergeant E. McIngles, privates William Duarty, John Craig, J. H. Kropff, E. D. Cradock. Company H. Killed: Sergeant Samuel G. Rapp. Wounded: Privates J. A. Leech, John O. Lewis, James F. Reynolds. Company L. Wounded: Sergeants Samuel J. Sleper, John H. Kepps, Corporal Henry D. Price, private Joel R. Cook. Killed: Private Samuel G. Sites. recapitulation of casualties, June 27. Wounded — Commissioned officers, (Assistant Surgeon,)1 Wounded — Privates,3   Aggregate,4 recapitulation of casualties, July 1. Killed — Commissione
Jno Kenedy, 2d Ga; H L Smith, 9th Ga; H Oliver, 2d Ga; O H Bandey, 22d Ga; W W Kendricks, 49th Ga; J A Smith, 35th Ga; T W G Inglett, 28th Ga; W G Gresham, 18th Ga;--Dumphrees, do; J A Dunn, 22d Ga; J M Fletcher, do; T J Elliott, 19th Ga; Wiley Parker, 14th Ga; Curtis Biftts, 49th Ga; Jesse Knight, 35th Ga; R W Knight, do; M N Minor, do; J L Brown, do; B M Ferrell, do; Thos C Owens, 2d Ga; E Adams, 6th Ga; G N Arnchbacker, 2d Ga; W Fluker, 15th Ga; Samuel Hill, 18th Ga; F C Hays, 20th Ga; John Craig, do; J A Waych, do; E Johnson, do, Nath Brown, 15th Ga. Howard's Hospital, June 28th and 29th J B Merrit, 8th Va; J B Martin, 19th Ala; J L Hearn; 35th Ga; Wm Haggarty, 8th Va; E A Lunsford, 8th Va; R S Lynn, 8th Va; A Compton. 8th Va; J C Oglesby, 15th Ga; N Royals, 20th N C. M Royals, 20th N C; J B Pitman, 2d Miss; R L Turner, 2d Miss; A J Woodward, 12th Ala; W W Graves, 12th Ala; D S Sottlemire, 4th Ala; J M Manck, 10th Va; J T Bowers, 10th Va; H B Jones, 8th Ga; M Crane, 2d F