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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gettysburg. (search)
. Fifth Florida. Company A—Private D. W. Scott. Company B—Private R. R. Barnes. Company C—Privates S. H. White, Arvin Oliver, Elias Barimna. Company D—Private James Burney. Company E—Lieutenant J. A. Jenkins, Privates S. H. Calhoun, R. C. Cash, R. Hudson, B. Sincoe, H. Linton. Company F—Captain John Frink. Company G—Private John Baugh. Company I—Private J. C. Cox. Company K—Lieutenant J. C. Blake, Private Thomas Mumford. Eighth Florida. Company C—Privates William Slaughter, C. B. Griffin. Company F—Private John Rowe. Company G—Private Thomas Galloway. Company I—Private S. Crews. Wounded—Second Florida. Major W. R. Moore. Company A—Captain W. D. Ballantine, Corporals J. T. Luckie, W. D. Keenedy, Privates W. H. Phillips, W. C. Bryan, A. W. Keyser, A. Villar, W. T. Sills, G. Flournoy. Company B—Sergeant S. J. Sanchez, Corporal J. H. Boyt, Privates T. J. Finley, W. E. Stroble, J. F. Bleach, B. Jones. Compa
had on bonnets of the fashion of last year; and were surveying themselves before mirrors, which an hour or two after wards were pitched out of the win dew and smashed to pieces upon the pavement; others had eleventh scarfs bound around their heads in the forms of turbans and shawls around their waists. We destroyed by fire nearly two whole squares of buildings, chiefly used for business purposes, together with the fine residences of O McDowell, Dr. Smith, J. H. Kelly, A. S. Catt, William Slaughter, and many other smaller dwellings. Every store, I think, without any exception, was pillaged of every valuable article. A fine store, which would not have looked badly on Broadway, was literally one mass of broken glass and jars. Disgusted and Indignant. The Cincinnati Enquirer expresses itself in the very plain words which follow: Shall we continue travelling on in the policy which the Abolition leaders have marked out? --Shall we any longer continue to be deluded by
Casualties in the 53d Va. Regiment at Gettysburg. --Wm. Slaughter, of company H, and L. B. Robinson, of company B, 53d Va. regiment, returned from Fort Delaware by the last flag of truce boat, and report the following as regards those named, who were reported missing after the battles at Gettysburg: Lieut-Col. R W Martin, commanding, was severely wounded in hip and leg. The last heard of him he had written a note to his father. Major J C Timberlake, unhurt. Adjutant, Henry T Chalter, unhurt. Company A--A R Willingham, slightly wounded; T C Carter, slightly wounded. Company B--Lieut H S Richardson, commanding, unhurt. Company D--Lt E D Robinson, unhurt; Lt R C Campball, unhurt; Corporal J H Barch, unhurt; R D Parry, unhurt; L L Littlepage, do; J E, Wilson, unhurt. Company E--Capt B L Farenboft, unhurt; Lt Wm H Bray, leg amputated; Color-bearer L B Blackman, severely wounded in the breast. Company H--Capt J L Letane, unhurt; Lt Wm H Burruss,