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The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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y at Gettysburg on the 3d, and at Williamsport, Md., on the 6th. The losses in the second company were published yesterday: Let Company — Wounded: Lieut H. C. Brown, severely through body; Privates H. L. Zebal and Van Vinson, slightly. 3d Company--Killed; Privates R. Rideau, G. H. Bryens, and Jos Clark, Wounded; Serg't Ellis, slightly; Corporal W. Leafe, Privates W. A. Tew, A. Dupree, (seriously through body,) C. A. Gaugh, severely, F. Roulean, foot amputated, F. E. Koyle, J. Huisson, and J. Dick. 4th Company--Wounded: Capt Norcom, Lt. G. E. Apps, Corpls J. Lesesue, B Hufft, all slightly; privates L. Baker, leg fractured; W. P. Creesy, shoulder, severely; W. T. O' Neil, A Boucher, and C. Bateman, all slightly. The entire battalion lost 42 men killed and wounded in both engagements.--Serg't. J. Newton, of Hart's (South, Carolina) battery, who had volunteered to go in with the 2d company, was killed, Maj B. F. Eshleman commanded the battalion. General Wade Hampton, who recived t
and stealing candles. Ordered 39. Henry Thompson, free negro, stealing a watch and breastpin from Lucy Stern. Ordered 39. Charles Johnson, stealing a horse worth $200 from Edgar R. Ford. Sent on. Frederick Girard, free negro, and Dick and William, slaves, breaking into Edmond W. Tompkins's store and stealing $3,000 worth of groceries. Girard ordered 39 and one month's imprisonment, Dick ordered 39, and William acquitted. The Court will call the misdemeanor docket to-day. nd stealing candles. Ordered 39. Henry Thompson, free negro, stealing a watch and breastpin from Lucy Stern. Ordered 39. Charles Johnson, stealing a horse worth $200 from Edgar R. Ford. Sent on. Frederick Girard, free negro, and Dick and William, slaves, breaking into Edmond W. Tompkins's store and stealing $3,000 worth of groceries. Girard ordered 39 and one month's imprisonment, Dick ordered 39, and William acquitted. The Court will call the misdemeanor docket to-day.