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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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and Jos Kesster. Wounded--First Lieut. John T James, shot in thigh; 2d Lieut. Jno H. Camper, shot in knee; R arper, thigh; Jos W. F eig slightly; G. W. Hamilton, hand; M. W. Hitchcock, side, slight; G. W. Loop, thigh; Nathan Leman, wrist, J Hurray, hand; W. H. in lair, side, slight; James M. Weeks, thigh; Jacob Fluke, leg. Missing — George Johnson. Company E. Lynchburg rifle, Capt. Ward. Killed — None. Wounded--1st Lieut W. R. Abbott, in head, slightly; L P Neville, wrest; Thos Marshall, face; James Katen, head;--Gilbert, face. Company F, Preston Guards, Capt. Fowlkee. Killed — Fred Shumaner, Wm. Keister, and J. G. Crews Wounded — C. H. Jones, severely in body; John Wygall, in shoulder; H. Farrish, in thigh; D C Hughes, neck; Boss Rocke, head; Fleming Roop, shoulder, slightly; J. E. T. Craig, shoulder; James Murdock, foot; B. R. Long, both hands. Company G. Home Guard, Capt. Otey. Killed — None. Wounded-- 1st Sergeant Jas. Franklin, jr, in arm, sev
eautiful little village, and had it burned up. He proceeded on some short distance, when he met the Forty-fifth Virginia regiment going to his relief. He alarmed them by stating that the enemy was in hot pursuit, and for them to make their escape. he hurried on to Dublin or Wytheville, and alarmed the people by stating, as well as telegraphing to the War Department that from 1,500 to 2,000 Federals were advancing upon the points above mentioned — Of course this caused excitement. General Marshall has ordered his brigade to Saltville, and preparations are being made to meet the enemy, should he advance, though it is said no enemy is within fifteen miles of Princeton. Colonel Jenifer was certain alarmed. The ram Mississippi. We find the following paragraph in the local column of the Vicksburg (Miss.) Whig. Tuesday: Two brothers named Tift, were arrestee here on Sunday, at the instance of the Provost Marshal of New Orleans, charged will burning the ram Mississippi.