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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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irmish then took place, in which a number of the enemy were killed, how many the Sergeant does not know. Many bodies were seen on the ground, and several were taken into the Court-House, and seen there by one of our cavalry, who was a prisoner in the Court-House for a short time, and afterwards made his escape. The following is the report by the Sergeant of our loss:-- killed. Private Saintilair1 wounded. Corporal Max, ball through the hip1 Corporal Turner, ball in the ankle1 Private Lynch, ball in the hand1 Private Baggs, ball in the foot1 missing. Private Sullivan1   Total casualties6 Five prisoners were captured by our troop, their names being as follows:--John W. Ryan, private of the Old Guard; H. F. Lynn, Prince William Cavalry; John A. Dunnington, Prince William Cavalry; F. W. Worders, Prince William Cavalry; W. F. Washington, son of the late Col. Washington, of the United States Army. Having no good means of keeping prisoners here, they are sent to Headqu
have asserted the higher principles on which the State ought to have been organized, and on which it must have flourished beyond perhaps any other region in the Union, Mr. Cassius M. Clay. has been the most prominent. For a long course of years he has testified against the false policy of his State, at the risk of his life, and to the great injury of his fortunes. He has been hunted out of the State: he has been imprisoned, prosecuted, threatened, and brought within an inch of his life by Lynch law: and his property has been thrown into the Ohio, burnt, or broken up: but nothing could daunt his spirit, or silence his protests. His Southern habits of self-defence, and his Northern habits of political reasoning, have, on the whole, made him too strong for his enemies. He was an accursed Abolitionist; yet he has lived to come to Europe as an Ambassador. He never belonged to the small body of Abolitionists proper; but, though he carried pistols, and walked about in the style of the
ies, I thank you from the inmost recesses of my heart. I again express every feeling in full on behalf of my gallant officers and my devoted and patriotic men. (Loud applause.) Officers of the Sixth Regiment. The following is a list of the field, staff, and line officers: field officers :--Colonel, William Wilson; Lieut.-Col., John Creighton; Major, William B. Newby. Staff officers:--Adjutant, J. J. Heary; Quartermaster, M. E. Bradley; Surgeon, P. B. Peace; Assistant Surgeon, Edward Lynch. Company A--Captain, Burgess; 1st Lieut., Latham; Ensign, Cox. Company B--Captain, A. T. Whiting; Ensign, Vangieson. Company C--Captain, R. H. Hazeltine; 1st Lieut., R. Baily; Ensign, M. Hanham. Company D--Captain, Patrick Duffy; 1st Lieut., Haggerty; Ensign, Enwhistle. Company E--Captain, Dufraine; 1st Lieut., Roddy; Ensign, Matthews. Company F--Captain, Norman; 1st Lieut., Heary; Ensign, Barker. Company G--Captain, Dobie; 1st Lieut., D'Orville; Ensign, Black. Company H--Captain,
eau, E. H. Brown, John E. Billups, Master's Mate; T. B. Bevill, Samuel Brockington, W. Beall, Thomas Butters, A. G. Bird, Oliver Bowen, J. W. Carey, G. W. Clemons, S. D. Churn, N. Canes, C. W. Dolvin, T. M. Duncan, James M. Diggs, Samuel DeForrest, D. M. Eaton, W. R. Davis, J. M. Fleetwood, William Fox, Mike Folliard, Wesley Fitzgerald, B. Grav, M. Gorman, Robert Harley, Thomas Hardin, L. G. Hudgins, Robert Hunt, R. J. Hockley, T. L. Hernandez, Jarvis Johnson, L. G. King, Charles Longman, Edward Lynch, J. P. Murphy, James McLeod, J. Maes, William Moulton, A. Messini, E. O. Murden, W. T. Morrell, J. W. Matherson, W. McBlair, Thomas Noland, George Nowrey, E. D. Newton, J. W. O'Neil, John Peits, F. F. Palingnest, Joseph Prebel, Patrick Quinn, G. W. Quarles, John Robinson, Daniel Relordon, W. B. Reed, Charles Smith, Patrick Smith, William Smith, L. H. Schofield, James Sylvanus, J. H. Schinblee, C. Schinblee, W. R. Shed, J. M. Sullivan, B. C. Shel- ton, W. W. Thomas, James Thurston, T. B.