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The Daily Dispatch: March 26, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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nd the reports of the commanders of brigades, as well as those of regiments, battalions, and independent companies, to the special consideration of the Commanding General, and also recommend the following officers and soldiers, specially named in these reports, to favorable consideration: First, Colonel A. P. Thompson and Colonel H. W. Allen, brigade commanders, both severely wounded. Fifth Kentucky, commanded by Captain Bowman. Seventh Kentucky, Colonel Crossland, and his color-bearer, James Rollins. Sixth Kentucky, Lieutenant-Colonel Cofer; Captains J. Smith, Utterback, and Thomas Page, and First-Lieutenant H. Harned. Thirty-fifth Alabama, Colonel Robertson and Lieutenant-Colonel Goodwin. Of the. second brigade, the Fourth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel Hunter. In this regiment, Lieutenant Corkern, Company B, Lieutenant Jetter, Company H, and Serjeant-Major Daniels. Battalion of Stewart's Legion commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Boyd, who was disabled by a severe flesh woun
The Daily Dispatch: March 26, 1864., [Electronic resource], Two extracts from revolutionary History. (search)
ourt. --The most important matter before this Court yesterday, was a case of garroting Daniel Garey, a marine, charged two other marines, Patrick Stack and James Rollins, with assaulting him in the street, and robbing him of $500. He stated that on Tuesday evening about eight o'clock, after taking three or four drinks with the of 17th street, he started alone to go down 17th street to Cary. When he had gone about fifty yards, Stack ran up behind him, and seized him round the neck, and Rollins coming up, thrust his hand into his pocket and took out a roll of notes amounting to five hundred firm, us to the same company with them, and knew them well.--Amarine quarters about ten o'clock Tuesday night, very much intoxicated, and demanding to know who were absent from the quarters, and when he learned that sergeant Rollins and corporal Stack were, he wrote down their names, and said he would send them to the penitentiary. An important witness being absent, the Mayor continued the c