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The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ported;) Col Carrington, 18th Va, (reported;) Col Carter, 13th Miss; Col Ellis, Va, (reported;) Col J B Williams, Va, Col Allen, 28th Va; Maj Wilson, 28th Va. The following is a partial list of the wounded. Col Thomas, 8th Ga; Col Jack Brown, 59th Ga; Maj Gee, Ga; Col Kennedy, S C; Lt. Col Whittle. 38th Va; Col Griffin, 18th Miss; Col W S Luce, 18th Miss, missing; Col W T Holder, 17th Miss; Lt.-Col Fleiser, 17th Miss, Lt. Col McElroy, 13th Miss; Maj Bradley, 13th Miss; Col H Gautt, Va; Col Hunton, Va, (reported;) Col Stuart, 56th Va; Col W T Patten, Va, in enemy's hands; Lt- Col Feagan, 16th Ala, lag amputated; Major Berkeley, Va; Maj Wilson, 28th Va; Adj't Goodice, 18th Miss, supposed mortally; Col Lightfoot, 6th Ala; Maj Culver, 6th Ala; Col Humphreys and Maj Blair, 2d Miss, missing; Lt Col Moseley, 42d Miss, Col Stone, 2d Miss, Col Colin, 55th N Carolina. Brig. Gen' Archer, of Tenn., who opened the fight, was captured on the first day. We captured Brag Gen. Graham.
Arrival of Yankee prisoners. --At the Libby prison Saturday, 51 prisoners were received from Winchester, including Lt. Col. C. A. Hoten, 5th Md., and Capt. S. Marsh. Brig. Gen't Neil Dow, the Yankee liquor law man, who was captured in Louisiana, was also received. He is a gray old thief, and has been supplying his family from the estates of Southern people captured by his ruffians.