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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Doc. 85.--the Baltimore riot. The following is a recapitulation of and wounded during the collision, April 19th: Citizens Killed.--Robert W. Davis, Philip S. Miles, John McCann, John McMahon, Wm. R. Clark, James Carr, Sebastian Gies, Wm. Malloney, Michael Murphy. Citizens Wounded.--James Myers, mortally----Coney, Wm. Ree, boy unknown. Soldiers Killed.--Two, unknown. Soldiers Wounded.--S. H. Needham, Michael Green, D. B. Tyler, Edward Colwin, H. W. Danforth, Wm. Patch; three unknown. The total killed is nine citizens and two soldiers; wounded, three citizens and eight soldiers.--Baltimore American, April. 22. The Washington Star says: The wounded of the Massachusetts soldiers in the fight at Baltimore on Friday, are as follows: Company C, Stoneham Light Infantry--Capt. J. H. Dyke, ball wound in the head; left in Baltimore, and supposed to have died since; Henry Dyke, ball wound in the leg; W. H. Young, hit with a brickbat on the arm; Stephen Flanders, bad wound
Philip T. Miles, Wm. R. Clark, Michael Murphy, Patrick Griffith, James Carr, Francis Maloney, John McMahon, Sebastian Gies, William Maloney. Citizens Wounded.--John Staub, slightly; S. Constant; George Coney, slightly; Patrick Griffin, severely; James Myer, severely; F. X. Ward, severely; William Read, slightly. Soldiers Killed.--Andrew Rollins, George Wilson, and two others unknown. Soldiers Wounded.--James Keenan, Asa Needham, Private Coburn, Edward Hart, Sergeant Ames, Michael Green, H. W. Danforth, D. B. Tyler. Besides these it is said that some twenty-five were so badly wounded that after they reached Washington it was found necessary to place them under the care of surgeons. Police man Staylor, who passed through the cars at Camden station, states that a large number had their heads bandaged and many of them bled profusely. The jury of inquest over the body of Mr. Robert W. Davis, rendered the following verdict: "The jury find, from the evidence,