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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 0 Browse Search
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t Ohio volunteers, Lieut.-Col. Sawyer commanding, was posted on the hill-side in front of the orchard, their left resting on a lane running in the direction of Sharpsburgh — my left wing, consisting of the Seventh regiment Virginia volunteers, Col. Snyder, and the One Hundred and Thirty-second regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, Col. Oakford commanding, resting on an extension of the same line, their right resting on the lane running toward Sharpsburgh, and their left extending toward the creek. 151  8th Regt. Ohio Vols.,32129  7th Regt. Va. Vols.,29116  132d Regt. Pa. Vols.,301148    1215108 This number embraces officers and men. Lists from the several regiments, with name and rank, together with the reports of Col. Harrow, Col. Snyder, Lieut.-Col. Sawyer, and Lieut.-Col. Wilcox are forwarded herewith. Among the killed and wounded are many brave and gallant officers. Col. R. A. Oakford, One Hundred and Thirty-second Pennsylvania volunteers, was killed while leading his reg
t Ohio volunteers, Lieut.-Col. Sawyer commanding, was posted on the hill-side in front of the orchard, their left resting on a lane running in the direction of Sharpsburgh — my left wing, consisting of the Seventh regiment Virginia volunteers, Col. Snyder, and the One Hundred and Thirty-second regiment Pennsylvania volunteers, Col. Oakford commanding, resting on an extension of the same line, their right resting on the lane running toward Sharpsburgh, and their left extending toward the creek. 151  8th Regt. Ohio Vols.,32129  7th Regt. Va. Vols.,29116  132d Regt. Pa. Vols.,301148    1215108 This number embraces officers and men. Lists from the several regiments, with name and rank, together with the reports of Col. Harrow, Col. Snyder, Lieut.-Col. Sawyer, and Lieut.-Col. Wilcox are forwarded herewith. Among the killed and wounded are many brave and gallant officers. Col. R. A. Oakford, One Hundred and Thirty-second Pennsylvania volunteers, was killed while leading his reg
f his dead, and two mortally wounded, were found on the field; but many other bodies were seen to be carried off by him. We got from him three Springfield muskets and one Harper's Ferry rifle. Appended is a list of killed and wounded. I am your obedient servant, Ed. A. Parrott, Colonel First Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Capt. C. A. Stearns, A. A.G. Second Division. Killed.--Jos. A. Matthias, First Sergeant, Co, C, First Ohio; G. W. Ennis, private, do., do.; Henry Wolfstetter, do., do., do.; William Burghartt, do., Co. B, do.; J. W. Barnes, do., Co. C, Nineteenth U. S. infantry; Robert Putnam, Co. A, Fifteenth U. S. infantry. wounded.--A. Kuhlmann, Second Lieutenant, Co. B, First Ohio; Jos. Leiber, Corporal, do., do.; John Hook, do., do., do., A. Snyder, private, Co. C, do.; I. P. Iddings, do., do., do.; H. Brelsford, Corporal, do., do.; Geo. King, private, Co. B, Nineteenth infantry; Mat. Preston, do., Co. E, do. Killed, six; wounded, eight--total, fourteen.
he permission of the Council to lay down a temporary track from the Virginia Central road to the depot of the Richmond and Fredericksburg road, on Broad street, promising that it should be made as temporary as possible, and offer no serious objections to the crossings. The permission asked for was granted. A petition was presented from Messrs. R. G. Morriss, Jos. L. Carrington & Co., James Caskie, Goddin & Apperson, and Wm. H. McFarland, owners of property on Bank Square, asking that A. Snyder & Co. be prohibited from erecting a foundry on said square, and representing the same to be a great nuisance, and liable seriously to injure the property of complainants and other inhabitants of that section of the city. The petition was referred to the Committee on Police. The Council went into the consideration of the question of burning or otherwise destroying the tobacco now stored in the different warehouses, in case the Yankees should get here. Most of the members ventilated t