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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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oble, Co. G. Seventy-fifth New-York; John Welsh, Co. B. First Louisiana Cadets; and two others--one of the One Hundred and Sixtieth, and another of the Seventy-Fifth New-York, whose names I could not obtain. Wounded--Corp. Caypless, Co. A, Seventy-fifth New-York, leg; Benson Sherman, Co. F, Seventy-fifth New-York, thigh; Jas. Mitchell, Co. F, Seventy-fifth New-York, thigh ; John Evenden, Co. F, Seventy-fifth New-York, knee, slightly; Adam Michael, Co. C, Seventy-fifth New-York, thigh; John W. Riley, Co. B, Seventy-fifth New-York, back; M. V. B. Van Etten, Co. A, Seventy-fifth New-York, thigh ; H. W. Prescott, First Maine battery, thumb; John Thompson, First Maine battery, both arms amputated; Byron Herman, Co. D, Seventy-fifth New-York, thigh; Michael Kennedy, Co. F, Seventy-fifth New-York, thigh; D. S. Devoe, Co. A, Seventy-fifth New-York, thigh ; W. H. Tibbs, Co. A, One Hundred and Sixtieth New-York; Corp. Saml. P. Hitchcock, Co. G, Seventy-fifth New-York, knee; James H. Henry, C
A Daring Theft. --Yesterday morning some adroit thief stole from the yard in the rear of the War Department a very fine horse which belonged to Capt. John W. Riley, Assistant Adjutant Gen'l. This makes the third horse which Capt. R. has had stolen from him within a few months.