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n that no one of them seems to possess these qualifications in so eminent a degree as the Hon. Charles W. Russell, of Wheeling. The considerations already adduced would lead us to prefer this geonwealth; and surely in no possible way could Virginia better attest, than by the election of Mr. Russell, her fixed and stern determination to insist, at every cost, upon the whole of her ancient bose considerations which led so many of the members of the Legislature to cast their votes for Mr. Russell at the last election. Without any special effort in his favor, he then came very near being elected. Since that time Mr. Russell's course in Congress has added largely to his reputation. In the House of Representatives he is justly regarded as one of the ablest men of the body, and the ression, it is not unreasonable to conjecture that the choice of the Legislature will fall upon Mr. Russell; and as no possible objection can be urged to him, we believe his election would give general
The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], One of the enemy's "Rams" destroyed by torpedoes on the Yazoo river. (search)
es John C Hattle, co C dangerously in face by treatment of privates Bilas G Allen, co D, secretary, through both thighs; privates W L Lumlyand Elijah Wilkine, co D, slightly; private J L Picket co H, slightly on knee; privates Jesse Little and James Mayo, co F, slightly; private D McDonald, very badly through both legs — amputation of one leg performed; private Alley M Joyner, co L, very slightly in arm; private H L Hood, co R slightly in thigh; A L Dearmond, co K, slightly in arm, and W D Russell, co K, not seriously, Wounded 12. Total in Brigade.--Killed 8, wounded 65, (most of them slightly,) missing 1--7 List of Casualties in the Courtney Artillery.--The following is a list of casualties in the Courtney Artillery of Richmond, at the time commanded by Lieut W A Tanner, is the battle of Saturday, the 1th Capt Latiner being in temporary command of the batteries of the division, was not in immediate command of his battery; Killed, Atlas Y Pond, Manchester, Va. Wounded; Lie