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unded120 Missing9 Aggregate154 James Gardner, Adjutant 27th Georgia regiment. Casualties in the 11th Alabama regiment. Col Sydenham Moore, severely, wounded. Company A.--Killed: Privates E B Adams and Benj Nored. Wounded: Capt T H Holcomb, in the hand; 2d Lieut John H Adams, slightly; Serg't J J Carter, slight; privates A S Crawford, mortally; J S Parker, mortally; Wm R Fortles, J T McDonald, A J Morgan, Henry Beard, severely; Geo Post. Missing: J H E Adams, T W Tucker, supposed to be killed. Company B.--Wounded: W F Morris, seriously. Company C.--None. Company D.--Killed: Privates J L Compton, T W Oakley, Samuel Turner, W H Williamson. Wounded: Capt Gen E Tayloe, seriously in fool; Sergt F L Glover, slight; Privates J W Blunt, leg amputated; B F Jordson, R A Barton, A W Barr, slight; W H Compton, R Elmore, J W Jones, slight; R H Patterson, W J Oakley, slight. Company E.--Killed: Corp'l W E Winstanley. Company F.--Killed: 1st Sergt
otomac.[from the Cincinnati Gazette, (Republican,) 17th.] One the most dismal and discouraging pictures of the war is that developed officially in the Senate on Wednesday. These facts have already been laid before the public through our columns; but now that they are officially promulgated, they must strike the loyal people with double force.--The at my of the Potomac was originally 230,000 strong. Prior to the 5th of April, according to the testimony of the Assistant Secretary of War, Tucker, McClellan had 120,000 men at Yorktown. Subsequently, Franklin's division, 12,000; McCall's division, 10,000; 11,000 from Baltimore and Fortress Monroe, and Shield's division, 5,000, were sent to him, making a total of 158,000, Generals Meigs and Wadsworth testified that McClellan had all be asked for. Only nineteen regiments were left to guard Washington. The correspondent of the Commercial telegraphs that the responsibility for Bal Bluff is divided between Stone and McClellan; yet Stone
otomac.[from the Cincinnati Gazette, (Republican,) 17th.] One the most dismal and discouraging pictures of the war is that developed officially in the Senate on Wednesday. These facts have already been laid before the public through our columns; but now that they are officially promulgated, they must strike the loyal people with double force.--The at my of the Potomac was originally 230,000 strong. Prior to the 5th of April, according to the testimony of the Assistant Secretary of War, Tucker, McClellan had 120,000 men at Yorktown. Subsequently, Franklin's division, 12,000; McCall's division, 10,000; 11,000 from Baltimore and Fortress Monroe, and Shield's division, 5,000, were sent to him, making a total of 158,000, Generals Meigs and Wadsworth testified that McClellan had all be asked for. Only nineteen regiments were left to guard Washington. The correspondent of the Commercial telegraphs that the responsibility for Bal Bluff is divided between Stone and McClellan; yet Stone
m of Tuck, co K, 3d Va. left side; Lt T G Crawford, co B, 26th Ga, foot; Lt W Hamilton, Phillips's Ga Legion, left breast; H C Wardell, co G, 2d Va, arm; Sgt W W Ward, co J, 44th Va, left shoulder, W B Sullivan, co D, 44th Va, arm; J H Rakes, co B, 42d Va, right shoulder; Capt G D Wilcox, co A, 61 Ga; J W Perkins, co F, 44th Va, head; Lt J W Pettus, co C, 37th N C, head and knee; W Barratt, co H, 31 Va, arm; R. Wadren, co H, 44th Va, head; Capt W B Matthews, co G, 49th Va, shoulder; Lt T S B Tucker, Law's brigade, knee; W D Coffee, co F, 49th Va, hand; Capt J Sands, co A, 27th N C, head; D A Robertson, co--,10th Va, lame; Capt W H Goodwin, co K, 48th N C, face; Lt M C Reger, co B, 25th Va; J P Bryant, co A, 47th Va; Wm H Mullen, Purcell battery; Duncan Stephens, co A, 2d Va. Help for the wounded. Gov. Letcher and a number of citizens left here yesterday to devise and carry out means for the relief of our wounded in the late battle. Captain Alexander, Assistant Provost Marshal
Lt J B Foreum 4th do; J H Hyman 13th do; N C Steel, 4th do; F A Shuford, co C 4th do; Lt J F Conleys co B 54th do; D Cape; Capt A W Carr, 46th do; J P D, 2d do; J Harris, 33d do; Q Garrison, co C, 43th do; E W Wood, 34 do; Capt. A S McRen. 7th do; Mathew, Powers, 5th do; Sergeant 57th do; Serg't J D Wilds, 22d do; Allen Harrelson, 13th do; M Capt P M Garnett, 5th do; Capt Store, 37th do; W Emery, 57th do; M Parrish; Capt W D Doad; Lieut J C Mills, 7th do; H R Curtis; H Reeves, 4th do; Capt. Tucker, 2d battalion; Floss, 7th regiment; H A Williams, S K Cuthberton; C B Craigs; M E Lemmonds, 48th do; E R Lenard, 48th do; J F Walster: D L Sanders, 28th do; D C F; G L Ranklin, 7th do; Captain J Srockfield 5th do; Capt R W York, 6th do; Capt MeNeety 57th do; P A White, 48th do; Capt L D West, 6th do; Lieut. E D Gray, co G, 54th do; P G Carlton, 2d cavalry; Capt J G Wrigh; R O Linster co C 4th regiment; W Caldwe ; Capt Rhyne; Lieut J J Parker, 2d do; Capt J Andrews, 2d cavalry; R H Earhor;
casion afterwards several times to sell himself advantageously as a substitute leaving, in nearly every instance, as soon as he had realized the pecuniary advantage to be expected by the transaction. John, slave of Henry Spradling, was ordered to be committed to jail as a runaway. The owner of this darkey is a Georgia soldier. William A. Brazeal and John Watson, two soldiers, of Hood's division, were arraigned for conducting themselves in a disorderly manner at the Theatre on Friday night. while under the influence of ardent spirits. Joseph, slave of Wm. H. Fry, was charged with insolence to Mrs. Peter Harris. She did not appear, and the Mayor let him off. Oscar a small boy, owned by Mrs. Tucker, Moore, slave of Mrs. Smith, and Polly, slave of A. J. Crane, were charged with being concerned in the abduction of a gold watch, worth $75, and a neck-tie, from R. H. Hale. There were strong grounds for suspicious, but no direct proof, and the parties were discharged.
The Daily Dispatch: March 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], The late Yankee raid in North Alabama. (search)
Three hundred dollars reward. --Left the residence of Col Moore, on 5th street on Saturday, the 7th inst, a servant boy named Vabentins. The said Severely is the property of Mrs. adge Severely Tucker, of sburg. He is a copper-colored mulatto about 5½ feet high, very slender in person, brown eyes, and hair inclined to curl. His demeanor is remarkably modest and quiet. When spoken to be looks rather intimidate, but seem recovers himself He worn, when last seen, a brown coat, with brass (he always wears his coat buttoned as the waist,) a red flamed skirt, with blue and a blue military cap, lined with a striped red and white material. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension and delivery at the corner of 5th and Cary streets, Richmond Va. or to jail in mh 12--6t*
t. Present, Judges Allen, Daniel, Moncure and Robertson. Staples's ex'ors vs Walker, argued by J A Walker and Jno R Tucker for plaintiffs, and John T Wootton and P R Grantan for defendant. Decree of the Circuit Court of Patrick county affirmed. Stephens and vs Brown, &c., argued by John R Tucker for appellants, and Daniel B Lucas for appellees. Decrees of the Circuit Court of Jefferson co.reversed. Mubberty, &c., vs Stoneburner, &c., argued by Jno R Tucker for appellants, and Tucker for appellants, and A A Morson for appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Loudoun co.reversed. Kessee vs. Bailey and ala, argued by Tucker and Patton and G A Myers for appellant, and Andrew Johnston and Jas Alfred Jones for appellees. Decree of the Circuit CouTucker and Patton and G A Myers for appellant, and Andrew Johnston and Jas Alfred Jones for appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond affirmed in part and reversed in part. The Court has adjourned till the 12th of October.
Price, 246; John D Imboden, 201; Jas W Sheffey, 25. For Attorney-General: J R Tucker, 325. For Congress: Wms Carter Wickham, 313; Jas Lyons, 172. For State Senatee vote — for Imboden, 184; for Price, 148. City vote for Attorney General: J R Tucker. 781. Congress: W C Wickham, 403; James Lyons, 348. Senate, Geo W Randolph, 6rice, 418; John D Imboden, 338; Jas W Sheffey. 9. For Attorney General: John R Tucker, 682. For Congress: Wms C Wickham, 486; Jas Lyons, 260. For State Senate: Geo8. Lieutenant-Governor--Price, 58; Imboden, 36; Edmondson, 1. Attorney General--Tucker, 99. Congress — Wickham, 79; Lyons, 8; scattering, 6. State Senate--Richmond cnt Governor: Jno Io Imboden, 393; Samuel Price, 289. For Attorney General: J R Tucker, 650. For Congress: Wm C Wickham, 342; James, Lyons; 176. For State Senate: Jcted to House. Smith 535, Munford 176, Flournoy 160. Imboden 179, Price 406. Tucker 510. Partial reports from the counties adjacent indicate the re-election of Co
From, Fredericksburg. [from our own correspondent.] Fredericksburg, May 28, 1863. Another election to-day under the guns of the enemy! The result as follows: Whole number of votes cast 98--For Governor: Smith, 64; Flournoy, 29, Munford, 5. For Lieut-Governor: Price, 44; Imboden, 51. For Attorney General: Tucker, 93. For Congress: DeJarnett, 70; Barbour, 25. For House of Delegates: John L. Marye, Jr, 95. The election passed off quietly. Of course the enormous throng of voters rushing to the polls was not apparent to the spectator. I forgot to mention that Seddon got 8 refugee votes for the Senate, and Taliaferro Voting in the camps, I think, was not very lively. The indications and speculations here are to the effect that the Yankees are evacuating Stafford county. Their Cavalry are said to have gone up the river and they have been seen going over the hills in large numbers to-day. A balloon was hauled up from Phillips's House towards Falmouth, and looked as if
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