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The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ment. In the engagement, Private Carter, of the Governor's Guard, was killed, and Captain Chamberlain, of the same company, wounded in the foot. In addition, there were some five or six others wounded, among these we have heard the names of Madison Clinch and R. B. McRae, of the Prince William cavalry. Mr. Clinch is now at the United States Hotel hospital in this city, and has a severe flesh wound in the leg above the knee. The enemy were driven back, and our forces continued to occupy tCarter, of the Governor's Guard, was killed, and Captain Chamberlain, of the same company, wounded in the foot. In addition, there were some five or six others wounded, among these we have heard the names of Madison Clinch and R. B. McRae, of the Prince William cavalry. Mr. Clinch is now at the United States Hotel hospital in this city, and has a severe flesh wound in the leg above the knee. The enemy were driven back, and our forces continued to occupy the field at the latest accounts.