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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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H. Slagle, J. R. Raine, and S. P. Stuart. Wounded-- First Sergeant J. C. Thurmen in thigh; Lieutenant P. B. Akers, in hand; Thos. S. Rec or, mortally; J. S. Delano hand; G. F. Weightman wrist; J. H. Tumer, body; J. F. Gooldy, mortally; Lewis G. Havbrook. face; H T Cheatham, breast; H. S. Elam, mortally; J. M. Conley, slightly; E. S. Dinguid, accidentally injured. Missing — W. J. Isaacs. Company B. Southern Guard, Captain Horton. Killed — John T. Davis, George E. Mason, and John D. Richardson. Wounded — P. L. Thurmond, mortally; A Sandifer, slightly; D P Dews, in hand; W H Williamson, leg; W S Simmons, thigh, slightly. Missing — James T Little. Company C., Clifton 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, mortall
dis yed and the sacrifices made. Mr. Wilson (R. p, Iowa,) said no charge has been made against Gen. Grant, though there are differences of opinion. Mr. Richardson (Dem., Ill.,) trusted the proper military authorities would be left to deal with the errors of the army officers. He regretted this discussion. During a sered in the manner already mentioned. Mr. Fisher (Un., Del.) rose to vindicate the State of Delaware from the attacks of a gentleman named Saulsbury. Mr. Richardson called him to order, it being contrary to the rules to allude to what was said by a Senator. Mr. (Dem., Ohio.) wanted to know where the remarks were maded they were not printed in the Globe, but in a Baltimore pinier. The Speaker reminded Mr. Fisher that he could not allude to remarks in the Senate, Mr. Richardson--Where were the remarks made? Mr. Fisher--somewhere in the town of Washington. These remarks were, in part, that arrests were made in Delaware of men wh