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The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
er, severely; Henry Font, leg amputated; James Paine, side, slightly; Alfred Gold, face, slightly; Jno L Moore, shoulder, slightly. Wm M Read Lt and Acting Adjt. Battle field. Near Chancellorsville, May 4, 1863. To relieve the anxiety of numerous friends I send, for publication, a list of killed, wounded, and missing in the 23d Virginia regiment, as nearly perfect as can be furnished at this early day: Company A.--Killed, none Wounded: Capt A J Richardson, slightly: G W Taylor, thigh broken; Privates A E Jones, L R Grubbs. J M Jones, slightly. Company B.--Killed: Robert Noble, H Bell.--Several slightly wounded. Company C.--Killed: Lieut A C Smith, Serg't J Waithalt Wounded: Capt E F Lockett, leg amputated; Lieuts Gales and Dunnivant, slightly; Corp is Webster, Thos Claiborne, severely; Aurelius Lockett, shoulder; J W Rodgers, C B Walthall, R M French Serg't Grinstead J Stratton, slightly. Company D.--Killed: Horace Loving Wounded: J Johns, arm off;--S
One hundred dollars reward. --Ran away, from the fortifications near Richmond on or about the 17th February last my negro man named Bob. He is of dark, copper color, wears a mustache, speaks rather in a low tone of voice, as if from cold, and is about 37 years old and about 5 feet 9 inches in height. I will give the above reward if secured in jail, so that I can get him or for his delivery in Richmond to Messrs Lee & James, Aucts. Address me at Orange C N. Erasmus Taylor. my 2--tw