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The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
"Stonewall Brigade, " the 2d and 5th, in the late battles on the Rappahannock: Second Virginia regiment: Co A — Lt Geo A S Davis commanding. Killed: Serg't D T Rawillins. Wounded: Privates L S Byrd, A J Darnell Jno W Jones, Samuel C Rolanlleff, Wm Peregoy, J N Merchant, Henry Ludwig. Co F--Captain James B Burgess, commanding Wounded: privates John Foley, Geo H Goodwin, Wm Hillard, Jno Addison. Co G — Lt W C Sheerer, commanding. Killed: Sgt B S White. Wounded: Cp'l J D Kerri; privates A H Asquith, Solomon Fry, J S Bendick, Col Geo F Eicherberger. Co H — Capt J J Jenkins commanding. Killed: Private John W Crisfield. Wounded: John A Link. Co I--Capt James H O Bannon commanding — Wounded: Lt A S Allen, Lt J E Nunn, Sgt S Bonham, mortally; privates Wm Cleveland, Jullen Morvallis, John W Grubbs, T K Glover, Jas Brown, M T Myers, Geo W Joy, Shoddy Connor. Co K — Capt C H Stewart commanding. Killed; Cpl Willis Skinner, privates Samuel Cooty, Samuel Ph
e by statutes made liable to persons robbed within the limits, under certain circumstances, in damages equivalent to the loss sustained. These enactments have been greatly extended in modern times, in their corp and objects; until now, by the riot act the black act, as it is called, and others scullery, there is scarcely any injury to property committed in a violent and tumultuous manner, that may not be redressed in that country by action against the hundred. To these may be added the 57th Geo. III, ch 19 sec 38 against injuries by tumultuous assemblies, making the city or town liable if not within a hundred. But we have no such legislation here. I do not know that it is claimed by those who are asking redress by the city for losses inflicted by the late riot, that those losses have arisen from the failure of the Council to take proper measures or of the officers of the city property and faithfully to exert themselves, to prevent and suppress the riot; but in neither aspect o