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The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1864., [Electronic resource], The late campaign on the North side of the James. (search)
Colonel, badly bruising him. "The division lost at least three hundred men in the engagement. The First and Third divisions, which were in support, lost about two hundred and fifty men from the effects of the rebel artillery." In referring to the shelling on Saturday, the 13th, the Inquirer says: "The Agawam, (gunboat), while engaging a rebel battery, received a shell, which exploded, killing three men and wounding eight others." The "rebel battery" was a "section" of Hurt's battery, McIntosh's battalion, Lieutenant Ferrell commanding. Towards night the enemy charged our skirmish line on the right with a heavy line of battle, but were held in cheek. Our Toss to-day was one man: private E. N. Mahoney, wounded in the arm. Several others were struck but not disabled, among whom was Corporal S--. His "suspender." was cut in two by a shell. After dark our right section returned to the "heights," we having been reinforced by the remaining companies of our