William B. Newman, first sergeant, killed at Seven Pines; Alexander F. Dabney, second sergeant, killed at Sharpsburg; William P. Carter, third sergeant; James H. Henry, fourth sergeant.
William E. Hart, first corporal, dead; Edward Jes Nicholson, killed at Bloody Angle; James W. Powers, John W. Page, died at Seven Pines; Lewis H. Pemberton, killed at Sharpsburg; John W. Pemberton, killed at Sharpsburg; William A. Prince, died in prison; Richard P. Pollard, dead; Lucian D. RobinsSharpsburg; William A. Prince, died in prison; Richard P. Pollard, dead; Lucian D. Robinson, Richard T. Redford, dead; R. C. Robinson, William Robins, Douglas Rider, Samuel N. Roberts, dead; Philip Sale, at Soldiers' Home; John Smith, dead; Joshua Styles, Giles Tignor, dead; Harvey Terry, John Tuck, James T. Tuck, dead; Roy Temple, Georen Pines; G. H. Wiltshire, dead; James G. White, and Thomas C. Jones.
Summary-Dead, 37; killed at Seven Pines, 8; at Sharpsburg, 2; at Gettysburg, 2; total 48.
Died in prison, 2; killed at Salesford, 1; killed at Bloody Angle, 3; total 6.
rred to cavalry; Clark, William, dead; Clark, Floyd, promoted to lieutenant; Calhoun, Adam; Calhoun, John; Creacy, John, a gallant man, promoted to lieutenant, wounded, and captured at Gettysburg; Cronin, S. D.; Crumby, John, discharged; Dickerson, John T.; Dixon, John T.; Daniels, George C., wounded at Gettysburg; Driscoll, C., killed at Gettysburg; Ellington, Branch, killed at Cold Harbor, June, 1864; Elliott, Robert, killed at Gettysburg; Gaines, John C.; Gaines, William B., wounded at Sharpsburg; Green, William T.; Guill, John, died since the War; Garrison, John R.; Garrison, Joseph; Hill, James R.; Holt, Thomas, killed in seven-days' fight before Richmond; Holt, R. I., killed in seven-days' fight before Richmond; Holt, John Lee, killed at Gettysburg, 1864; Holt, J. P., killed at Drury's Bluff; 1862; Holt, R. M., wounded at South Mountain, 1862; Holt, B. N. M., wounded at Five Forks, 1865; Harvey, Wyatt C., teamster; Hamlett, E. W.; Hamlett, Jesse; Harvey, W. D., died since the wa
neral Fitz Lee concerning the strength of the Confederate army at Sharpsburg, made by certain of his critics, I respectfully ask the privilegeal Lee had withdrawn the commands of Longstreet and D. H. Hill to Sharpsburg.
On the same day, as soon as practicable after the capture of Haon the afternoon of the 16th of September. General McLaws reached Sharpsburg in the forenoon of the 17th.
General A. P. Hill, with his diviral Lee until the morning of the 17th.
He made a forced march to Sharpsburg, seventeen miles distant, having to cross the Potomac river, reacnks before the action began.
The infantry under General Lee at Sharpsburg embraced the following:
Jackson's command—J. R. Jones' divisiocifically given, but he further says: The loss of the division at Sharpsburg alone was 199 killed, 1,115 wounded and 38 missing, being an aggran effective total of93,149
The Federal loss at Boonsborough and Sharpsburg, as officially reported, was14,794
The force at Harper's Ferry w
s, General, Daniel, 66.
Ruffin, Edmond, 111.
Ruffin, Julian M., 111.
Sailor's Creek, Battle of, 83, 250.
St Nicholas, Capture of the Federal steamer, 88.
Salem Church, Action at. 100.
Savannah Guard; its part at Sailor's Creek, 250.
Schaller, Colonel, Frank, 277.
Schuricht, Diary of Lieutenant H.; Gettysburg Campaign, 339.
Secession a Constitutional right, 369.
Seddon, James A., 27.
Seven Days Battles.
Casualties in the, 143, 262.
Shady Grove, Battle of, 101.
Sharpsburg, The battle of, discussed, 267; forces at the battle, 272, 331.
Shelby, General, Joe, Address of, April 26, 1865, 42.
Shepherdstown, Battle of, 331.
Shepherd, Joseph H, 151.
Shiloh, Battle of, 66; forces engaged in, and compiled account of, 119.
Slatter, W. J., 309.
Slaughter, General James E., 309.
Slaves, Emancipation of the, 53; their conduct during the war, 54.
Smith, Miss Anna M. D., 40.
Smith, General, E. Kirby, 44, 51.
Smith, Lieutenant-Colonel F. W., Sketc