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The Daily Dispatch: May 31, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], Ladies banished from Vicksburg — free Religions Worship not allowed. (search)
thority," are hereby banished, and will leave the Federal lines within forty-eight hours, under penalty of imprisonment. Hereafter all persons, male or female, who by word deed, or implication, do insult or show disrespect to the President, Government, or flag of the United States, or any officer or soldier of the United States, upon matters of a national character, shall be fined, banished, or imprisoned, according to the grossness of the offence. By order of Maj. Gen. McPherson. Jas Wilson, Lieut-Colonel, Provost-Marshal 17th Army Corps. Headquarters 17th Army Corps. Provost Marshal's Office, Vicksburg, Dec. 27th, 1863. The parties ordered to proceed outside the Federal lines by circular from these headquarters, dated December 27th, 1863, will report at the Railroad Depot, at 10 o'clock A. M. to-morrow. They will be permitted to take their private baggage. A conveyance will be in readiness at Big Black bridge, with flag of truce to take them to the Confeder
ft arm amputated; J T Halley, hand; W B Dillion, leg; J M Hundley, leg; J R Morrison, hand; R Searer, hip; D Muck, foot; S H Muck, finger off; H H Marshall, leg; B F Stephens, leg amputated; J R Billings, side; W G Davis, finger off. Recapitulation.--Killed, 10; wounded, 83. Total, 98. R W. Cridin in, Captain 38th Va Infantry. Whig, Enquirer, Examiner, and Sentinel please copy. List of the killed, wounded and missing in the Courtney Artillery, Cutshaw's battalion, on the 17th May, 1864: Killed: Lt R N Vaughan, Private M T Hooper. Wounded: Lt Courtney and Private Jas Abbott. Missing, supposed to have been captured: Lt B C Maxwell, comd'g battery, Serg't B F Morrisett and B W Bennett, Corpia J W Hall, J B Cheatham, Jas Wilson, and Robt E Johnson, Privates Jno Blanom, Jas Buchanan, Henry L Carter, Samuel Conway, Jno W Cross, 3 Ford, D M Hartow, Jas Kersey, James Keith, W McGee, G H Murdon,--Osborne.--Bushbrock, Paul Stanly, Thos A Tyler, and Jas P Tyler.
ontinued as far as Gaines's Mill. The enemy observing the recrossing of the Chickahominy came out from his second line of works. A brigade of infantry and a large number of dismounted cavalry attacked the divisions of Generals Gregg and Wilson, but after a severe contest were repulsed and driven behind their works. Gregg's and Wilson's divisions after collecting the wounded recrossed the Chickahominy. On the afternoon of the 12th the corps encamped at Walnut Grove and Gaines's KiWilson's divisions after collecting the wounded recrossed the Chickahominy. On the afternoon of the 12th the corps encamped at Walnut Grove and Gaines's Kill. On the forenoon of the 13th (yesterday,) the march was resumed, and we encamped at Rottom Bridge. The loss of horses will not exceed one hundred. All the wounded were brought off, except about thirty cases of mortal wounds, and those were well cared for in the farmhouses of the country. The wounded will not exceed two hundred and fifty. and the total losses not over three hundred and fifty. The Virginia Central Railroad bridges over the Chickahominy, and other trestle bridges--