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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), The Baltimore riots. (search)
g mechanic, of Lowell, Massachusetts; Luther C. Ladd, another young mechanic, also from Lowell; Charles A. Taylor, decorative painter, from Boston, and Sumner II. Needham, a plasterer from the same city-4. A number of soldiers were wounded. The citizens killed were: Robert W. Davis, Philip S. Miles, John McCann, John McMahon, William R. Clark, James Carr, Francis Maloney, Sebastian Gill, William Maloney, William Reed, Michael Murphy, Patrick Griffith--12. Wounded-Frank X. Ward, Coney, James Myers, and a boy whose name was not ascertained-4. The fact that more of the troops were not killed is to be ascribed to the fact that the citizens had no arms except paving-stones. Many more of the citizens were wounded beside those whose names were returned, and, perhaps, some more were killed. The lower classes generally concealed their injuries. The death of Mr. Robert W. Davis was one of the most tragic incidents of the day. Mr. Davis was a member of the firm of Paynter, Davis & Co.
Doc. 85.--the Baltimore riot. The following is a recapitulation of and wounded during the collision, April 19th: Citizens Killed.--Robert W. Davis, Philip S. Miles, John McCann, John McMahon, Wm. R. Clark, James Carr, Sebastian Gies, Wm. Malloney, Michael Murphy. Citizens Wounded.--James Myers, mortally----Coney, Wm. Ree, boy unknown. Soldiers Killed.--Two, unknown. Soldiers Wounded.--S. H. Needham, Michael Green, D. B. Tyler, Edward Colwin, H. W. Danforth, Wm. Patch; three unknown. The total killed is nine citizens and two soldiers; wounded, three citizens and eight soldiers.--Baltimore American, April. 22. The Washington Star says: The wounded of the Massachusetts soldiers in the fight at Baltimore on Friday, are as follows: Company C, Stoneham Light Infantry--Capt. J. H. Dyke, ball wound in the head; left in Baltimore, and supposed to have died since; Henry Dyke, ball wound in the leg; W. H. Young, hit with a brickbat on the arm; Stephen Flanders, bad wound
ded and noue could be obtained. The firing continued from Frederick street to South street in quick succession, but how many fell cannot now be ascertained. Among those wounded was a young man named Francis X. Ward, who resides at corner of Baltimore and Aisquith streets. He was shot in the groin, but the wound is not thought to be mortal. A young man named James Clark, formerly connected with No. 1 Hock and Ladder Company, was shot through the head, and instantly killed. James Myers, residing on Fayette street, was shot in the right side of the back, near the spine, and the ball, a Minnie, passed through him, and lodged amongst the false ribs. He was mortally wounded. John McCann, of No. 2 North Bond street, was mortally wounded. A man named Flannery, residing on Federick street, near Pratt, wasmortally wounded, and died shortly after. --Carr, residing at the corner of Exeter and Bank streets, was wounded by a musket ball in the knee. The wound is severe
ng paragraph we take from the Petersburg Express, of the 17th inst: A large force of workmen at the Petersburg Car and Locomotive Foundry on Old street, were on a strike for about two hours yesterday morning, because of the appointment of James Myers, a native of Delaware, as Fore man of the Foundry. It was the opinion of the hands, that as the South is now fighting to be independent of the North, it is due to Southern citizens that a Northern man should not be placed in high position oveitizens that a Northern man should not be placed in high position over us. Matters took such a serious turn at the Foundry, that it became necessary for Mr. Myers to resign or be removed, which was done, and after some little delay, everything resumed its wonted serenity. There was no strike for money — nor did money have anything to do with the disturbance. The workmen were not satisfied to have a Northern superintendent, and openly expressed their discontent and refused to work under him.
Campbell; J W Blanks, 21st regiment, Pittsylvania; Dennis Morjarty, Irish battalion; W W Buchanan, 37th regiment, Washington co; Jos F Slover, 23d regiment, Luray; Geo Washington, 2d regiment; Robert Annon, 2d regiment; Hugh Strallon, 5th regiment; Jas C Cornutt, 4th regiment, Grayson; Capt G F Antrum, 5th regiment, Augusta; Serg't Jas F 5th regiment; Jas M Beard, 6th regiment; James H Payne, 5th regiment, Rockbridge; Chas Withers, 2d regiment; --Turner; James Hamilton, Winchester, dead; James Myers, Captain Colston's company; John J Widner, 37th regiment, Co F, dead; James H. Payne, Floyd, dead; unknown, dead; Jas H Barnes, 16d regiment, Halifax, dead; unknown, dead; Capt Rector or Capt Withers, not certainly known, dead; Benj G Hubbard, Col Taliaferro's regiment, dead; Capt Jas G Jones, Irish Battalion, Co E, dead; W E Doley, 42d regt, dead; Jas J Evans, 21st regt Co C, dead; John H Hoffman, Shenandoah Co, dead; Abner A Cornett, 37th reg't, Co H; Michael Corbin, Irish battalion; J