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The Daily Dispatch: May 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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The Alexandria Rifles. This gallant company suffered severely in the fight of Monday last near Williamsburg. The company is composed of most excellent fighting material, and distinguished itself at the battle of Bull Bun on the 18th of July last. A member of the company who was in the fight of Monday furnishes us with the following list of casualties sustained: Killed.--Capt. John Humphreys, privates Engene Fairfax, Francis Acbott. John P. Thompson. Mortally Wounded.--James H. McVeigh, Samuel Paul. Dangerously Wounded--John Swann; Hugh S. Hill, leg broken; James Stickrev leg broken; Charles McKnight, arm shot off; J. Conrad Johnson, wounded in the arm. John F. Addison, who belonged to the same company, who received a commission in the same regiment as 2d Lieut. three days before the fight, was also killed.
Fight in the Upper Valley. fight took place on Thursday between the advance forces of Gen and the forces under the Federal Milroy. We present below a copy received yesterday at 10 o'clock Governor Letcher: Staunton, May 9 Jaks Luther: Jackson's advance the enemy on Sutlingson Hill well's, yesterday at . After hard fighting, he routed them from all . Our loss is about three killed and General Johnson wounded in Col. & C. Harman in the arm; arm broken; Col. Gibbons we had no in the fight. All this morning, and the army up to the engagement if the enemy will . Hill is about 86 miles above on the Parkersburg road, and in of Highland. McDowell's is on road, near where it crosses the Bull river. Monterey, the county seat of in the direction of which the enemy is nine miles from McDowell of Monterey the country is very so much so as, perhaps, to . It is hoped, however, forces will be overtaken be- McDowell's and Monterey.
$20 reward. --Ranaway from my saw mill, in Buckingham county, on Monday, May 5th, 1862, my negro man, named Jorn. Said negro is about 22 years old, singer-bread color, quite stout, and wide across the shoulders, and about 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, and usually wears a cap. I bought John in March last, at the auction room of Dickinson & Hill, in Richmond, of Mr. George Turner, of Prince William county, Va., where he has a wife, and may endeavor to get back. The above reward will be paid upon his delivery to my overseer, Mr. Payne, or to myself, in Richmond. Truman A. Parker. my 9--6t*