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hole force had been captured. The World says that Heintzelman is on the way to reinforce Hooker with 30,000 fresh troops, and 18,000 are coming from another quarter. [Suffolk, of course-- Rep.] It hopes these will enable the Federals to retrieve their disasters. Fredericksburg was recaptured by Jackson. The fighting was desperate. All of Long-streets forces rushed from Suffolk and arrived in time. A partial list of the killed and wounded shows that Gen. Gwyn was killed, Brig-Gen. Mott and Maj. Gen'l Barry, of Me.; and Brig.-Gen'l Schmitiefing were wounded. In the 14th corps there were 17 Colonels, Lt Colonels and Majors, 28 Captains and Lieutenants wounded. Brig.-Gen. Whipple, Gen. Divine and Gen. Massie were severely wounded. 31 Colonels, Lt. Colonels and Majors, and 52 Captains and Lieutenants, are wounded in another corps — many mortally. Vallandigham is at the Barnett House, Cincinnati, under strong guard. Halleck has ordered all stores and other valu
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], Monumental Cenotaph in Memoryop Gen. Stonewall Jackson. (search)
enotaph in Memoryop Gen. Stonewall Jackson. --We lately examined a very chaste piece of architectural work of art, built by that talented young artist, Mr. T J Mott, of the firm of Scrimshaw & Mott, News Deslers, Frederick street. It is designed as a Monumental Cenotaph for General Stonewall Jackson, the hero of the ConfederatMott, News Deslers, Frederick street. It is designed as a Monumental Cenotaph for General Stonewall Jackson, the hero of the Confederate army, who fell in the battle of Chancellorsville, May 2d, 1863 It is composed entirely of shells taken from the seashore of the Dahama Islands, and from the shores of Dizle. The following are the measurements of this beautiful work of art, together with the mottoes and devices: The base of the monument is three feet squar We presume that the sons of the South who side at Nassau will be glad to subscribe to the fund for its purchase and presentation to the Confederate Government Mr Mott deserves great praise for the labor spent on it, and his lasts as an artist is amply displayed. We understand that he was four months engaged on it--Nassau, (N P
ging the rebels out of the rifle-pits, forming their skirmish line in front of their main works. In the meantime, General Mott had advanced the Third division, General DeTrobriand's brigade on the right, Pierce in the centre, and McAllister on t position being far on the flank and very much exposed, General Smith withdrew, and formed connection with the left of General Mott. So far, along the whole line of the Second corps, our advance had met with full success and little loss. The rept the rebels constantly on the alert. In the middle of the afternoon came the grand struggle. In front of Miles and Mott the rebels girded themselves for a final effort to dislodge us. Their bugles sounded the charge, out rushed the masses of armed instantly to the work. It gave yell for yell, volley for volley, but stubbornly refused to give an inch of ground. Mott and Miles, Nugent, De Trobriand, McAllister, Scott, and hosts of others, shone conspicuous in the battle, for such it had
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