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The Daily Dispatch: October 1, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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rporal T. C. Miller, right arm shot off; Corporal W. W. Bragg, severely in side; Corporal B. P. Cox, severely in face and threat. Privates S. C. Hickman, severely in both legs; Joseph M. Mosely, left arm shot off; W. D. Tucker, severely in head; G. W. Taylor, severely in side; C. W. T. Spotts, right hand badly fractured; David W. Haskins, left thigh broken; E. N. Reams, badly in thigh; R. C. Flournoy, slightly in leg; D. J. Sledd, slightly in head; T. J. Stratton, contusion of shoulder; H. C. McLarine, slightly in hand, B. Ball, slightly in face; J. S. Jennings, contusion of leg (slight). Killed, 4; Wounded, 18; Total, 22. W. J. Palmore, Orderly Sergeant Powhatan Artillery. The latest. About one o'clock yesterday heavy firing was heard below the city, and much anxiety was expressed to learn the cause. It was generally believed to have been an attack upon Fort Harrison, but nothing could be definitely ascertained until night, when the following official dispatch was rece