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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces at Petersburg and Richmond: December 31st, 1864. (search)
U. S., Lieut.-Col. Dexter E. Clapp; 118th U. S., Col. John C. Moon. Second Brigade, Col. Edward Martindale: 29th Conn., Col. William B. Wooster; 9th U. S., Lieut.-Col. David Torrence; 41st U. S., Col. Llewellyn F. Haskell. Third Brigade, Brig. Gen. Henry G. Thomas: 19th U. S., Lieut.-Col. Joseph G. Perkins; 23d U. S., Lieut.-Col. Marshall L. Dempcy; 43d U. S., Col. Stephen B. Yeoman. Unassigned: 2d U. S. Colored Cavalry (dismounted), Capt. Edward P. Wilson. artillery Brigade, Lieut.-Col. Richard H. Jackson: 1st Conn., Capt. James B. Clinton; 4th N. J. (or D, 1st N. J.), Capt. Charles R. Doane; 5th N. J. (or E, 1st N. J.), Lieut. Henry H. Metcalf; detachment 16th N. Y. Heavy, Lieut. Silas J. Truax; E, 1st Pa., Capt. Henry Y. Wildey; C, 3d R. I., Capt. Martin S. James; D, 1st U. S., Lieut. Redmond Tully; M, 1st U. S., Capt. Loomis L. Langdon; E, 3d U. S., Lieut. John R. Myrick; D, 4th U. S., Capt. Frederick M. Follett. cavalry division, Brig.-Gen. August V. Kautz. First Brigade,
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The cage. --Richard H. Jackson, charged with stealing and carrying away the pocketbook of Patrick Quinn, containing $63 in Confederate money, was committed to the cage yesterday. Wm. O'Brien also found lodgings at the same institution, charged with stealing a pistol from Wm. J. Scott, valued at $65--James King, free negro, charged with stealing a cow from John Stewart.
ought to do the things that make for peace by instantly proposing a cessation of hostilities. When asked what assurances he had from the South that propositions looking to peace would be received at Richmond favorably, he is said to have fallen back upon the general statement that the masses are tired of the war South as well as North, and would welcome the olive branch if their leaders would let them. Miscellaneous. The Confederates in Paris are wearing crape on their arms for Gen. Jackson. Mrs. Anna Cora Ritchie is residing in London. During the past two months there were received, aborted, and mailed at the Nashville post-office one million three hundred and thirty-three thousand two hundred and eighty-six letters. The 38th and 37th New York regiments had a reception there on their return home last week. The soldiers were given a big dinner, at which Judge McCunn addressed them, concluding as follows: Finally, I am for peace, with all its hallowed bl
Jackson, June 12. --The heavy firing at Vicksburg continues. Last night it was heavier than any that has yet been heard. The weather is clean and warm. The thermometer indicates 90 degrees. The Yankees have evacuated Clinton. Jackson burned a portion of Clinton. [Fourth Dispatch.] Jackson, June 12. --An officer who left Vicksburg Wednesday night (10th) reports all working well. The garrison was in fine spirits and well supplied with provisions. So far but littmarching on New Orleans are current, but they are not credited in official circles. No firing has been heard this afternoon.--Nothing has been seen of the enemy's cavalry since the skirmish yesterday. It is thought that, having encountered Jackson, they have abandoned the idea of attempting another raid. The weather is exceedingly warm. [other dispatches.] Summit, June 12. --Nothing reliable from Port Hudson. Firing was heard night before last. Mobile, June 12.--A
The Daily Dispatch: June 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Late from Louisiana--Banks, the commissary. (search)
Bask's operations at Port Hadeen. Summit, June 13. --A gentleman from Woodville reports Banks fortifying on Thompson's Creek, northwest of Port Hudson. He is planting heavy siege guns. Banks has mustered out several regiments. Sherman's left arm (leg?) has been amputated. Jackson, June 13.--An officer just from Natches reports the gunboat Arizona aground on the bar, four miles below Natchesz, on the 11th. The river had fallen three feet since. He also confirms the sinking of the Essex and two boats at Port Hudson.
The Daily Dispatch: June 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Late from Louisiana--Banks, the commissary. (search)
Not proved. --Richard H. Jackson, for many years a grocer in this city, appeared before the Mayor last Saturday to answer the charge of stealing $33 from Patrick Quinn, on the 12th inst. Quinn stated that he purchased $2 worth of whiskey of Jackson, and after paying for it accidentally left his pocket-book and money on the cJackson, and after paying for it accidentally left his pocket-book and money on the counter. After an absence of fifteen minutes he returned to the grocery and demanded his money, but failed to get it.--Jackson proved by one witness that Quinn was partially intoxicated when he came into his store; that he had no pocket-book in his hand when he paid for the whiskey; and that if he left his money on the counter, as Jackson proved by one witness that Quinn was partially intoxicated when he came into his store; that he had no pocket-book in his hand when he paid for the whiskey; and that if he left his money on the counter, as alleged, there were a number of persons passing in and out of the house, who could readily have taken it. The Mayor discharged the accused.