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Samuel Price. This gentleman deserves well of the country for his fidelity and firmness upon the recent visit of the plundering Federalists to Lewisburg. Like a true man and patriot as he is, instead of running away he stood up before his people, and in reply to Col. Crooks, the Yankee Military Governor of the place, told his fellow-citizens that Virginia had seceded from the old Union, and united her destiny with another Government, and he regarded her course as legal and just. At this point Crooks, who had claimed to be the representative of the "most benignant Government in the world," arrested him and started him off for camp Chase, in Ohio. He was finally paroled and returned home. The conduct of Mr. Price is worthy of all praise. He was a member of the Virginia Convention, and a prominent Union man, holding out almost as long as any; but he finally acted and moreover accepted the act of Virginia as binding on him as on every true citizen. He shows by his fidelity, wh
Reports of casualties. We append some further reports of killed, wounded, and missing, in the late battle near Richmond. List of the casualties in the 14th Regiment Georgia Volunteers, Colonel F Price commanding, in the battle of May 31st, 1862. Headq'rs 14th Reg't Ga. Vols., Camp near the Picket Lines. June 11th, 1862. Editors Richmond Dispatch: Below I send you an accurate statement of the casualties in the 14th Georgia Regiment, in the battle of the 31st of May. The 14th formed a portion of the brigade of acting Brigadier-General Colonel Wade Hampton; the other regiments being the "Hampton Legion"--19th Georgia and 16th North Carolina. The brigade arrived on the field about 6 o'clock P. M., after a double-quick of three miles, and immediately formed in line of battle, and charged a masked battery situated in the woods on the left of the line, and to the left of the road. A large majority of the casualties of the 14th Georgia regiment was occasioned by the e
The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], Federal officers captured by Jackson. (search)
viz, 27th Ind Vols. Capt G Stammer, 3d Wis Vols. Capt W D Richards, Jr, 29th Penn Vols. Capt B H Sibley, 1st Md Vols. Capt Charles Strous, 46th Penn Vols. Capt James A Betts, 5th Conn Vols. Capt W D Richards, 29th Penn Vols. Capt J D Crittenden, A Q M, 1st N J Ost. Lt Jas Maguigin, 29th Penn Vols. Lt John Knoppel, 1st Md Vols. Lt Robert Neeley, 1st Md Vols. Lt Jas L Fair, 1st Md Vols. Lt J R Colony, 1st Md Vols. Lt Virgil J Mercer, 1st Md Vols. Lt Maurice Abough, 1st Md Vols. Lt Daniel L Stanton, 1st Md Vols. Lt Frank M Collier, 1st Md Vols. Lt E Gittings, 3d Wisconsin Vols. Lt Edward J Price, A Q M, 5th Conn Vols. Lt Geo E Johnson, 29th Penn Vols. Lt Jas C Sinton, 29th Penn Vols. Lt J H Goldsmith, 29th Penn Vols. Lt M C Spencer, 32d Wisconsin Vols. Lt Wm M Provest, 1st Michigan Cavalry. Lt Wm E George, 1st Maryland Vols. Lt John B Hoffman, Med Purveyor U S A.