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when our army appeared in this section of country. The other day a quantity of corn was sent to him to be ground, when he said that he'd be damned if he'd grind any more Yankee corn, and that they were to remember that Jeff. Davis was not dead yet. Carlick himself now lives withing our lines. He has a summer residence at Hanover Court-House; and a gentleman to-day informed me that a few days since he sent his wagon down to the landing for provisious, to be taken to Hanover Court-House. Dr. Hamilton, who was arrested yesterday on suspicion of being the one who guided the rebels, is said to be one of the most bitter Secessionists in the State of Virginia, and yet he was allowed to remain unmolested, and without a guard, simply because he took the oath of allegiance. To-day a report is circulated that one of our own men, in the regular cavalry, deserted to the enemy a week or two ago, and that he was recognized by several as the guide of the First Virginia Cavalry. A gentleman who ap
N V Covington, Co E, 49th Ga; R S Anderson, Co K, 49th Ga; W P Nobley, Co K, 49th Ga; H T Spinks, Co B, 35th Ga; E Able, co K, 19th Ga; G W Pierce, co C, 35th Ga; B A Chambers, co E, 19th Ga; S Holmes, co H, 44th Ga; Geo A Johnson, co B, 35th Ga; T W Latham, co E, 35th Ga; C S Ridley, co A, 19th Ga; J F Anderson, co F, 28th Ga; C Dupree, co D, 14th Ga; R J Mitchell, co G, 44th Ga; E Scogin, co I, 35th Ga; S L McBride, co A, 35th Ga; G P Williams, co H, 44th Ga; B A Heard, co B, 27th Ga; J J Hamilton, co I, 35th Ga; Jno V Reed, co G, 35th Ga; A E Harris, co A, 44th Ga; W Morris, co H, 28th Ga; W E Poteet, co D, 19th Ga; J W Bowman, co E, 35th Georgia. Second Virginia Battalion, formerly Second Artillery, Capt. J. C. Johnston Commanding. Company A. Sergeant W D Brown, wounded in the face and did not leave the field; Col S Trent, killed; Richard J Anderson, wounded slightly. Company D--Robt W Ezell, wounded in the leg; C R Hightower, wounded in the leg. Company E--E H D
any G.--Killed: Privates Chas Anderson, J D D Alexander, J K P Means, J A Todd. Wounded: Lieut G M Norment, Lieut Robt D Reid; Privates W Clerk, J J Phillips, J J Bain, Scott Lawing. Company H.--Killed: Privates Luther Roberts, Leroy Putrear, A P Gool, John Howell, Wm Brown, Martin Earls. Company I.--Killed: S Cargall, G C Kenady.--Wounded: J Steadman. Wm Martin, Phillip Suttle, Jack Robbins, Joab Huntlcy, W L Jones, M Kimble. Company K.--Killed: O L Hurlie. P G Green, H C Hamilton E. C. McLaughlin. List of Casualties of the 20th Virginia regiment, commanded by Col. R. C. Allen, in the battle of the 27th: Major N C Wilson, badly wounded in thigh. Company A, Lieut Fink, commanding killed.--Wounded: Serg't Joel B Walker, Privates Philip T Barger, J G Hayes, John W Camper, E O Simmous. W Obendenchain. Company B, Lieut Goode, commanding, slightly wounded in thigh. Wounded: Privates W H Jones, Hugh M Hill, John Abbett, J J Lakin. Company C, Capt S
nnsylvania Volunteers, died suddenly in the General Hospital here, last night. He arrived on the Nellie Parker, only yesterday, from the White House. The steamer Port Royal arrived at Norfolk this morning, from Newbern, but brings no news. Trip up the James River to City Point. The steamer Metamora, Captain Thomas, bearing a flag of truce, started on her second trip to City Point on Saturday evening for the purpose of conveying there several Secessionists, amongst whom were Mr. Hamilton and daughter, and a son of Mrs. Baxley, late of the old Capitol prison. The steamer landed near City Point early on Sunday morning, and sent off a cutter filled with men, armed with Enfield rifles loaded. Upon reaching the wharf, Captain Hopkins, of the Virginia Cavalry, and commanding the station, denounced the sending of the boat there with loaded arms; adding that he had and always would respect flags of truce, and he would not receive another such party. Explanations were made,
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
ates. M R Morris, James Napier, C, T Thompson, W D Scruggs. Missing: Ro Herndon. Company D.--Wounded: Lts R J Harland, H. Baker, S W Farrar; privates W A Ball, W H Duncan, W T England, A M Fortune, W A Moss, J Scanlan, J Strange, W R Woodson. Missing: E M Miles. Company E.--Killed: W. C. Woud, Wounded: W J Garnett, P. O Garrold, M Wood, J Sandridge, J H Pritchett, B J. Edwards. Company G.--Killed: W W Loving, W B Coffee, R. M. Fitzpatrick, Aleck Johnson. Wounded: Corp'l B Hamilton, Privates A K Kidd, A B Kidd, L D Kidd, Geo May, J W May, W. H Parrish, J M. Plunket, N. B Ponton, A A Purvis, S J. Saundors. Missing: J A Lowry. Company F.--Wounded: Privates D Strange, J Warren. Missing: C Barnett, J Lankford, F Bohlinger,--Madison, Chas Walton. Company I.--Killed: C J Higginbatham. Wounded: Serg't T. H. Campbell, Privates D G Campbell Jos Campbell, E W Smith, W L Simpson, L O Jennings, D F M Burford, W A Pendleton, A S Quinn. Missing: A M Franklin, L P Hawk
urned up again at Tompkinsville and Glasgow, and issued another manifesto against the "Hessian invader," "foreign hordes. " and "Northern tyrants." On the strength of "the late Richmond victory," he appears once more among us, to raise h — ll and turn up Jack." He fancies himself a greater than Ashby or "Stonewall." In fact, he has created quite a scare on the other side of Green river. But his doings so far seem to have been greatly exaggerated. However, it won't do to let him, Ferguson, Hamilton, Hunt, and their brigand gangs run at large any longer. Gen. Boyle is doing his best to abate such nuisances and pests. The Nashville Union learns that Beaury, with 60,000 troops, is at Chattanooga, but "hopes soon to hear that Gen. Buell and his grand Union army will possess it." Gen. Buell will not take it and Knoxville until ready to hold them, and to protect East Tennessean permanently. Our school trustees, by a majority of one, have resolved not to apply any uniform and defi
Sir F. B. Head's letter to the London Times, suggesting a cheap defence for Canada, contains the following paragraph: Let England proclaim that any unjustifiable invasion of Canadian territory by the army of the adjoining republic shall in the first instance be resented in the following manner: --Thus, if the army of the Government of the Northern States fire Toronto and Hamilton, let England, instead of troubling herself to extinguish those distant flames, Bombard and burn Boston and New York. If Canadian vessels are attacked on fresh water, let the injury be promptly avenged by the British navy throughout the wide rude salt aqueous surface of the globe.
nel of Bob Johnson's regiment. Strange for Brownlow's son and Andrew Johnson's to lie down together. I learned that Dan Trewitt, of Hamilton county, and Lieut. Bogard, of Philadelphia, Monroe county, were aids of Brig. Gen. Spear. Clift, from Hamilton, was organizing the 7th regiment. R. M. Edwards was over there, getting up a mounted regiment, to get after McLean's regiment. Young Pickens, who got his hand nearly cut off at Strawberry Plains Bridge, holds an office in one of the regiments. a; Rosers, from Fork Creek; John B. Libton's son, from near Morganton; and a few others, were all I could hear of from my county. David Cleveland, from near my town, has not joined the army, but is trading in stock; his brother, the Major, from Hamilton, has resigned and gone back into Kentucky, as well as many other East Tennessee officers. Cliagan, of Bradley county is Captain of a company; Sneed, of Monroe county, is a Captain also. Colonel Bird says that his opinion is that the North cann
th N. Y. Colonels Wounded.--Cutler, 6th Wis; Frisble, 30th New York, Farnsworth, 79th New York; Gavin, 7th Indiana; Hayes, 62d Pennsylvania; John A. Koltz, 73d Pennsylvania; Leasure, 100th Pennsylvania; Mott, 6th New Jersey; George P. McClain, 88th Pennsylvania; Robinson, 7th Wisconsin; Root, 94th New York; Rosa, 46th New York; Soost, 29th New York; Thomas, 22d New York; Fletcher Webster, 12th Massachusetts. Lieut. Colonels Wounded.--Beardsly, 24th New York; Fowler, 14th Brooklyn; Hamilton, 7th Wisconsin; George T. Tileston, 11th Massachusetts; Ward, 8th New Jersey. Majors Wounded.--Bill, 7th Wisconsin; Dawson, 100th Pennsylvania, Honkle, 58th New York; D. M. Jones, 110th Pennsylvania; Kirkwood, 62d Pennsylvania; F. A. Lancaster, 115th Pennsylvania; Thomas, 21st New York. From the battle-field. Serg't Burnham, of the Metropolitan Police, who went to the battle-field of Saturday, returned this morning. From him we learn that 150 wagons, driven by negroes, were
The Daily Dispatch: September 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs in the West--fight at Munfordsville, Ky.--blockade of the Ohio at Hamilton. (search)
incinnati from Louisville, on the 16th, under convoy of a gunboat; but the line has stopped running since.--A dispatch from Cincinnati says: A gentleman who passed last Sunday within the rebel lines at Florence, reports them to be thirty thousand strong. Humphrey Marshall having joined, with a large force, within the last few days. The rebels blockaded the river yesterday at Hamilton, nine miles below Rising Sun. No mail boat has left for Louisville to-day. Our gunboats went to Hamilton this morning and shelled the woods for several miles, but the battery had been withdrawn. A dispatch from Gallipolis, Ohio, on the 15th, says that, "no particulars" of the fight at Charleston, Kanawha, had been received, but that the "rebels were repulsed with great loss." It adds: Lightburn's forces marched through in perfect order, taking the Ripley road, going towards Ravenswood, on the Ohio river, where they arrived this evening, bringing his baggage train through in safety.
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