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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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ifton Greye, Captain Clement. Killed — Henry A Faris, David C Layne and Griffle Barley. Wounded-- First Sergeant Thomas Cooke, slightly; G Delweedy, in thigh; S. P. Tweedy in thigh; F B Tweedy, in hand; Jos E. Rice, in leg; W. B. Williams, in shoulder and severe; B. Phillips, in leg; Wm Wilson, mortally; Moore Jennings, leg; Chas Blakenship, shoulder and both arms; H. W. Clay, mortally; H. A Roberts, w is G. D. Rosser, wrist; W C Rosser, shoulder and both arms; W. L. Rector, mortally; W. J. Monroe, shoulder; Henry O Elliott, foot; Chap Jones, slightly; Chas B Clement, head; Peyton Edds both thighs. The missing not reported. Company D., Fincastle rifles, Capt. D. G. Houston. Killed — Jno K. Murray, Jno W Carper, and Jos Kesster. Wounded--First Lieut. John T James, shot in thigh; 2d Lieut. Jno H. Camper, shot in knee; R arper, thigh; Jos W. F eig slightly; G. W. Hamilton, hand; M. W. Hitchcock, side, slight; G. W. Loop, thigh; Nathan Leman, wrist, J Hurray, hand; W. H. i
uns, the citizens could well congratulate a themselves upon the preservation of their dignity and honor — that though fallen, they were not disgraced. We subjoin some further extracts from the correspondence between Commodore Farragut and Mayor Monroe: U. S. Flag-Ship Hartford, At anchor off the city of New Orleans, April 28, 1862. To his Honor the Mayor and City Council of the city of New Orleans: Your communication of the 28th inst. has been received, together with that of th Mayor convened the City Council, and we learn that it was decided by them not to recede from their position, and the Louisiana flag still floats proudly to the breeze. Bravo! for New Orleans. The following further correspondence between Mayor Monroe and Com. Farragut we had in the New Orleans Delta of Tuesday evening: City Hall, April 28, 1862. To Flag-Officer D. G. Farragut, U. S. Flag-Ship Hartford: Your communication of this morning is the first intimation lever had that