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out Saturday evening, going by the road to Sharpsburgh, and capturing on its way, Longstreet's traon the left of the road from Rohersville to Sharpsburgh. In the afternoon of the sixteenth the wumner's corps, camp on battle-field, near Sharpsburgh, Md., September 21, 1862. Lieut.-Colonel Tayloart taken by this regiment in the battle of Sharpsburgh on the seventeenth instant: On the after bivouac it had occupied on the left of the Sharpsburgh road, and proceeded in a south-westerly dir Report of General McClellan. near Sharpsburgh, September 29--1.30 P. M. Major-General Halin the bloody battles of South-Mountain and Sharpsburgh. No troops in Europe could have done betteing then by a road which enters the pike at Sharpsburgh, turning at once the rebel flank and destrosand. Savannah Republican account. Sharpsburgh, September 17, 9 P. M. A bloody battle hroughout the entire day. During this battle Sharpsburgh was fired by the enemy's shells, and at one[13 more...]
derick. It is stated that Lee gives his loss as fifteen thousand. We are following as rapidly as the men can move. George B. McClellan, Major-General. General Doubleday's report. headquarters First division, First army corps, near Sharpsburgh, Va., Sept. 28, 1862. Major: I have the honor to report that this division left the Monocacy at six A. M., September fourteenth, and arrived at the Catoctin about half-past 12 P. M. Here the column halted until half-past 2 P. M., when Brig.-Getained, but it is known they very greatly exceeded our own. Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. D. Cox, Brig.-General, Commanding Kanawha Division. Report of Colonel Meredith. Gibbon's brigade headquarters, camp near Sharpsburgh, Md., September 20, 1862. Hon. O. P. Morton, Governor of Indiana: dear sir: I most respectfully submit to you the following report of the part taken by the Nineteenth Indiana volunteers in the battle of the fourteenth instant, at South-Mountai
Maryland Home Brigade,800 Third Maryland Home Brigade,500 Fifth New-York Artillery,267 Graham Battery,110 Fifteenth Indiana128 Phillips's New-York Battery,120 Potts's Battery,100 Rigby's Battery,100 Officers connected with Headquarters and Commissary Department,50 Scattering cavalry,50 Sick and wounded in hospitals,312   Total,11,583 All of the cavalry, numbering about two thousand, under the command of Col. Davis, cut their way out Saturday evening, going by the road to Sharpsburgh, and capturing on its way, Longstreet's train, and more than a hundred prisoners. They comprised the following: Eighth New-York, Twelfth Illinois, Rhode Island and Maryland. They left at nine o'clock, crossing to Maryland on the pontoon-bridge. Rebel pickets fired on them as they passed by. The artillery taken comprised the following: Twelve 3-inch rifled guns. Six James's. Six 24-pound howitzers. Four 20-pound Parrott guns. Six 12-pound guns. Four 12-pound howitzer
on the left of the road from Rohersville to Sharpsburgh. In the afternoon of the sixteenth the worted by Col. Crook--was ordered to move on Sharpsburgh, which lay about a mile distant to the righumner's corps, camp on battle-field, near Sharpsburgh, Md., September 21, 1862. Lieut.-Colonel Taylof the Potomac, on the field of battle, near Sharpsburgh, September 18, 1862. General: On the mordquarters Ninth New-York volunteers, near Sharpsburgh, Md., Sept. 20, 1862. Colonel: I beg to rep Report of General McClellan. near Sharpsburgh, September 29--1.30 P. M. Major-General Halin the bloody battles of South-Mountain and Sharpsburgh. No troops in Europe could have done bettef glory. The names of South-Mountain and Sharpsburgh will be inscribed on the respective regimening then by a road which enters the pike at Sharpsburgh, turning at once the rebel flank and destrohe succeeded in establishing himself on the Sharpsburgh road in the rebel rear. Yet Hooker and Sum[7 more...]
f whatever similar movements may have been attempted by us. Our loss is variously estimated at from five to nine thousand. Savannah Republican account. Sharpsburgh, September 17, 9 P. M. A bloody battle has been fought to day. It commenced at daylight and lasted until eight o'clock at night--fourteen hours. The enemy mao return to Virginia. P. W. A. Richmond Inquirer account. Richmond, September 23. We have received authentic particulars of the sanguinary battle at Sharpsburgh alluded to elsewhere, and concerning which so many painful rumors were afloat on yesterday. We have the gratification of being able to announce that the battle Jackson, and gradually became general. Both armies maintained their respective positions, and fought desperately throughout the entire day. During this battle Sharpsburgh was fired by the enemy's shells, and at one time the enemy obtained a position which enabled them to pour a flanking fire upon a portion of our left wing, causi