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lliam Breese, Charles Shear, Erving C. Smith, John Jackson, Isaac Kinnan, Wm. Phelan, Byron Swazee, Edward Chevalier, John Gumbleton, Henry J. Griffin, John Ryan, (all supposed to be prisoners.) Company K.--Wounded--Privates Orlando B. Whitney, Henry Van Ornan, Patrick Waters, all taken prisoners; Pitt C. Wadhams, in right leg, near the thigh; Loyal E. Wolcott, slightly; and Sergeant John H. Glidden, slightly in the head. Missing--Corporal George Boutwell. Privates Jas. A. Coburn, James McCormick, and Wesley Summer, (supposed to have been taken prisoners.) Total killed, 19; total wounded, 55; total missing, 54. Total loss, 128. Fifth Division. Colonel miles's report. Headquarters Fifth Division, camp near Alexandria, July 24, 1861. Capt. James B. Fry, Assistant Adjutant-General, Headquarters Department: sir: My health being impaired and growing worse, if I delay I shall not be able to report the operation of my division on the 21st inst. before Bull Run. Believi
woods, replied. That did us considerable damage. I saw four or five of our killed or wounded carried past me to the rear on litters. Dr. Pullston, of Pa., Mr. McCormick, of the N. Y. Evening Post, Mr. Hill, of the N. Y. Tribune, Mr. Raymond, of the N. Y. Times, myself, and a few other civilians, were at that time standing, sury where Gen. Tyler had taken his station. One of the first shells fired from that second battery of the enemy passed between the shoulders of Dr. Pullston and Mr. McCormick, who were arm-in-arm, and burst against a small building three yards in the rear of them. It grazed Mr. McCormick's shoulder. Just then the enemy's infantry Mr. McCormick's shoulder. Just then the enemy's infantry fired a volley of Minie balls, which took effect in our group, wounding half a dozen, all slightly, however. Lieut. Lorain, of New York, was most hurt by a flesh wound. We non-combatants quickly sought different and safer positions. Just then the New York Sixty-ninth and Seventy-ninth came up and took position near our other i
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died., List of Massachusetts officers and soldiers killed in action. (search)
Mass. Inf.,Williamsburg Road, Va.,June 18, 1862. McClelland, Andy,34th Mass. Inf.,New Market, Va.,May 15, 1864. McCloskey, George E.,17th Mass. Inf.,Kinston, N. C.,March 10, 1865. McCole, Patrick Name and rank. Private understood when not otherwise stated.Command.Engagement.Date. McCole, Patrick,28th Mass. Inf.,Chantilly, Va.,Sept. 1, 1862. McConnell, John W.,1st Mass. Cav.,Aldie, Va.,June 17, 1863. McConologne, Neil,9th Mass. Inf.,Gaines' Mill, Va.,June 27, 1862. McCormick, James,7th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va.,May 6, 1864. McCormick, John, Corp.,33d Mass. Inf.,Resaca, Ga.,May 15, 1864. McCoy, Robert,57th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va.,May 6, 1864. McCuen, James,3d Mass. Cav.,Winchester, Va.,Sept. 19, 1864. McCullough, Patrick,20th Mass. Inf.,Ball's Bluff, Va.,Oct. 21, 1861. McCully, Robert,1st Mass. H. A.,Spotsylvania, Va.,May 19, 1864. McCutcheon, William,30th Mass. Inf.,Cedar Creek, Va.,Oct. 19, 1864. McDavitt, Henry,28th Mass. Inf.,Manassas, Va.,Aug. 30, 1
McCole, Patrick Name and rank. Private understood when not otherwise stated.Command.Engagement.Date. McCole, Patrick,28th Mass. Inf.,Chantilly, Va.,Sept. 1, 1862. McConnell, John W.,1st Mass. Cav.,Aldie, Va.,June 17, 1863. McConologne, Neil,9th Mass. Inf.,Gaines' Mill, Va.,June 27, 1862. McCormick, James,7th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va.,May 6, 1864. McCormick, John, Corp.,33d Mass. Inf.,Resaca, Ga.,May 15, 1864. McCoy, Robert,57th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va.,May 6, 1864. McCuen, James,3d Mass. Cav.,Winchester, Va.,Sept. 19, 1864. McCullough, Patrick,20th Mass. Inf.,Ball's Bluff, Va.,Oct. 21, 1861. McCully, Robert,1st Mass. H. A.,Spotsylvania, Va.,May 19, 1864. McCutcheon, William,30th Mass. Inf.,Cedar Creek, Va.,Oct. 19, 1864. McDavitt, Henry,28th Mass. Inf.,Manassas, Va.,Aug. 30, 1862. McDermot, Peter,58th Mass. Inf.,Spotsylvania, Va.,May 11, 1864. McDevitt, Hugh,3d Mass. Cav.,Winchester, Va.,Sept. 19, 1864. McDonald, Daniel,57th Mass. Inf.,Wilderness, Va.,May
y, 532 McCauley, R. H., 532 McClare, Peter, 532 McClarence, Francis, 467 McClellan, G. B., XIV, 34, 50, 53, 54, 59, 68, 71, 72, 74, 80, 108, 150, 230. McClellan, H. W., 467 McClelland, Andy, 388 McCloskey, G. E., 388 McCloud, Charles, 532 McCloud, J., 532 McClusky, Paul, 532 McCole, Patrick, 389 McColigan, Michael, 467 McConnell, J. W., 389 McConnor, J., 532 McConologne, Neil, 389 McConville, Henry, 123, 467 McConville, M. S., 151 McCoon, J., 532 McCord, J. C., 532 McCormick, James, 389 McCormick, John, 389 McCormick, Thomas, 532 McCornish, Thomas, 532 McCoy, Col., 143 McCoy, Robert, 389 McCrory, Peter, 563 McCuen, James, 389 McCugh, James, 467 McCullough, James, 467 McCullough, Patrick, 389 McCullum, Gilbert, 532 McCully, Robert, 389 McCusker, James, 532 McCutcheon, William, 65, 389 McDaniels, I. A., 103, 532 McDavey, —, 532 McDaville, J., 532 McDavitt, Henry, 389 McDermot, Owen, 467 McDermot, Patrick, 467 McDermot, Peter, 389 McDermott, Joh
himself and one Jno, Murray, on Thursday night of last week. He breathed his last Sunday night. By the evidence of James McCormick, a resident of Henrico, it appeared that he arrived in the city and sought the domicil of Leary for lodgings. --Whilany him. He did so. On their arrival they found Leary's family had retired. Leary got up, opened the door, and invited McCormick in. For some reason, he objected to the presence of Murray, and told him he had better go home; he could not get lodgings there. Murray insisted upon going in, and thrust himself into the house. Leary laid hold of Murray to eject him. McCormick, after advising. Murray to leave peacefully seized hold of him also. Shortly after doing so Murray stabbed him in the sn pot was thrown at Murray's head, against which it struck. Did not know whether Leary or his wife threw the missile. McCormick did not see Leary stabbed, but there was nobody in the room but Leary and his wife, witness and Murray. When Leary's w
oisy brawls, between Murphy and his wife. Murphy said that he had not the least intention of disturbing the neighborhood, but was proud of the late victories our army had gained, and wished to celebrate them. He was required to give security for his future good behavior. John McCarty, formerly a member of Wheat's battalion, but now a substitute, charged — Pendergrast with assisting Bill Lewis to garrote him and rob him of $4.50. The case was continued until Monday, and Pendergrast, who held a pistol to McCarty's head and threatened to kill him if he made an alarm, was remanded to jail. Benj. Gottlieb, charged with stealing two hogs, of the value of $50, was committed to prison until Monday. George Ellering, for allowing an offensive nuisance to remain on his lot, was fined $10. The case of John Murray, for stabbing Michael Leary and Jas. McCormick, was continued for ten days. The case of John Drew, charged with stealing $63, was also continued for ten days.
lonious cutting and stabbing John Delaney, was continued until Wednesday. The accused admitted the fact; the evidence showed that he had slapped Delaney's wife's face in his presence and was struck by Delaney twice on the head with a stick, and then stabbed him — the cut disembowelling him. Delaney was supposed to be dying and an officer was sent to obtain his dying declarations. The case of John Murray, for feloniously cutting and stabbing Michael Leary, (who has since died,) and James McCormick, was further continued until Saturday. Lott Green, a negro who says he is free, but has no papers, was arrested for smoking a cigar in the street and ordered to be whipped. William Hudson, another free boy, was ordered 15 lashes for disorderly conduct in the street. Julia, slave of J. P. Ballard, charged with stealing $800 from a guest at the Ballard House, was discharged. Joseph Bassett, a free negro, for threatening to strike a white boy in the Second Market
a List of negroes now Confined the Military Prisons, in Richmond, Va. J A Emery, free, Salem, Mass. E Boyen, free, Maryland. E B Williams, free, Philadelphia, Pa. Geo Washington, free, Baltimore. Daniel Carter, slave of T McCormick, Charke- Va. Andrew Williams, free, New York. Joe Brown, slave of Z Alies, Miss. Alfred Jounes, slave of Newton Ladd Chari- City co. Isaac Webster, free, Washington, D C. Joe James, free, Henrico co, Va. L McCoy, free, New York city. Ben Daingerfield, slave of James Riley, Jefferson co, Va. J Johnson, slave of Wm Crump, New Kent co. Jas Kranty, slave of Wm Kranty, Loudoun co. Nathan, slave of Chas Barley, Loudoun co. Jim Johnson, free, Connecticut. Leana Johnson, woman, of Mrs. M. H- Fairfax co. Wm Norris, slave of Robt A- co. Wm Hensby, tree, Annapoller Robert--, free, Maryland. Charles. L Hawkins, slave of John Milchail Maryland. R. B. Wilson, free, Ohio. Wm Jos Burk, fre
Proceedings in the courts. Mayor's Court.--The following cases were before the Mayor on Saturday: Theodore Frick, charged with fighting in the Second Market. The case was postponed until Monday. John Murray, charged with the murder of Michael Leary, and feloniously cutting and stabbing. James McCormick was remanded to appear before the Hustings Court. Calvin Green was fined $10 for permitting his son to ride down Main street at a faster rate than the law allows. James F. Bowers was required to give security to answer an indictment for beating a slave belonging to J. P. Ballard. Edward Sullivan, found drunk on the Theatre steps, was committed. John P. Mack and Michael Ford, for being drunk and fighting in the street, were required to give security for good behavior. Henry, slave of James Harris, was sent on for trial, charged with grabbing $55 from the money box of W. Brown. In the case of Mr. Benj. Sutton, reported Saturday, for his
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