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prisoner) Co C — Killed: None. Wounded: None. Missing: Sergt John a Biggs, Corp'l M Dinkenhoker, privates D McCoy, M Stanley, R pek, J. T Young, E Kale N Bishop Co D — Killed: Wm Buroughs. Wounded: Capt Holland, in elbow; privates Ed Sackey, hand shot off; Wat Sinclair, right thigh fractured, flesh wound in left thigh and breast; S Edwards, in hand. Missing: None. Co E — Killed: None. Wounded: Lt Blank, in head; privates R L Davis, do; Wm Pete, flesh wound by shell; W Chalet slightly; J King, severely from the fall of his horse; Missing: Private J Blank. Co F — Killed: None. Wounded: None. Missing: J T Nance, A L Crezty. Co G — Killed: None. Wounded: Sergt J G Hatcher, in thigh; private A Perrow, in leg. Missing: None. Co H — Killed: None. Wounded: Sergt G W Snapp, mortally; private Wood, by fall of his horse. Missing: None. Co I — Killed: None. Wounded: Privates Lipscomb, sabre cut on heart; Leftwich, mortally. Missing: R Lee, T E Moiver. Co K — Killed: None
we raise the standard of resistance to tyrants. The greatest glory of his life, its distinguishing glory is, that he was the leader of the grand American Rebellion of 76. If he had belonged to "the loyal portion of the Americans" of his day, he would have been an obscure Tory, and George the Third would never have lost his American Colonies — George the Third had a better right to these colonies than Abraham Lincoln to the Southern States. No one disputed that George III was their rightful King, whereas the co-equal sovereignty of the States with the Federal Government was a part of the political creed of the vast majority of Americans till the beginning of this war. But George Washington was an out and out rebel, and with rebellion "all the glorious associations of our history" are indissolubly intertwined. So that instead of surrendering, as Mr. Adams ridiculously says, the men and traditions of our most illustrious era, we are only carrying out the lesson they taught us — resist