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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 2 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: may 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3. 1 1 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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A M Ewell and Private Lewis Schmidt. Wounded--Privates Frank Carter, severely in leg; Wm. P Phillipe; slightly in breast; J Gant, slightly in face. Company I. Killed--Corporal Brown. Wounded--Lieut Jno E Wyant, slightly in hand; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. P Walters, mortally in abdomen; Private — Thurston, slightly in head. Company K. Wounded--Lieut J. M. Rosser, severely in leg; Sergt G H Racer, severely in hand; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. P Walters, mortally in abdomen; Private — Thurston, slightly in head. Company K. Wounded--Lieut J. M. Rosser, severely in leg; Sergt G H Racer, severely in hand; Sergt J. W. Levell, slightly in head; Sergt R H Weaver, slightly in head. Privates J. W. Austin, severs in head; J D Lucas, severely in thigh; W H Smith, severely in shoulder; C L Close, slightly in head; S W Greyson, in head; J T Groome, in foot; J W Harlow, in head and thigh. Recapitulation. Killed7 Mortally wounded6 Otherwise wounded, as far as yet heard from63 Total77 Those who were seriously wounded were left in the hospitals at Williamsburg, and are now in the hands of
Another Yankee breastplate ----Captain Brown, of the Fusileers," attached to the Army of the Peninsula, presented to the Governor on Saturday, for the State, a Yankee breastplate, captured with its owner in the late fight near Williamsburg. One dent, as it from a musket ball, was observable immediately over the region of the heart, and four more lesser ones could be seen in close proximity to the first. The Yankee was evidently saved by his breastplate, which, by a card thereon, was found to have been made in Connecticut, the land of wooden nutmegs and hams. The breastplate is now in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, where it can be seen by the curiously disposed.
Exchange of prisoners. We find in the Baltimore Sun, of the 5th of the present month, a statement that Lincoln's Secretary of War has authorized an exchange of Austin E. Smith, late navy agent at San Francisco, and now prisoner at Fort Warren, for William Ayres, of Philadelphia. The order for the release of Mr. Smith was given on Wednesday. He is a son of ex Gov. Smith of Virginia. Col. Lee, of Massachusetts, Captured at Ball's Bluff; has been exchanged for Colonel Baldwin, of the 31st Virginia regiment, taken in Western Virginia; Major Revere, of Massachusetts, for Maj. McAlexander, of the 27th Alabama, taken at Fort Donelson, and Dr. Revere, also of Massachusetts, for Major Brown, of the 14th Mississippi, also of Fort Donelson.