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The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. The following is the list of killed, wounded, and missing in the fight near Chancellorsville in the 27th Virginia regiment, Paxton's brigade, Trimble's division, Jackson's corps: Staff killed: none. Wounded: Col James K Company B, Capt. Welsh.--killed: Private John Purcell. Wounded: 1st Serg Jas Gallagher; Serg P C Hyleman, Privates Alex Smith, Henry Benson, Dike Rady, Wm Kess, John P Chittum, James Woods and L Spruse. ComW A Hightowar, leg amputated; Sergeant Rodin W Vaughan, H B Warren J S Carier, W M Tinder, R B Turner, all slightly; N Fitz do; F Daniel, arm amputated.--Missing; W F Hudson and Gen Turner. Company F.--Killed: Lieut J H Dupuy Wounded: Lieut T Paxton, Capt W A Webber, J A Paxton. S Carter slightly. Company G.--Killed: Ensign Wady. Wounded: slightly. Company H (Richmond Sharpshooters.)--Wounded: Capt R Depriest, Wm H Eggleston, dangerously; Jacob Kill, Fritz Hetzler, W T Clerk slig
The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Further particulars of the last Moments of Gen Jackson,--his religious character. (search)
, he said, with his usual modesty and reverence, "Gen. Lee should give the glory to God." He always seemed jealous for the glory of his Saviour. When it was told him that Gen. Stuart led his old Stonewall brigade to the charge with the watchword, "Charge and remember Jackson," and that inspired by this, they made so brilliant and resistless an onset, he was deeply moved, and said, "It was just like them; it was just like them. They are a noble body of men." He was deeply affected by Gen. Paxton's death." His mind ran very much on the Bible and religious topics. He inquired of Lieut. S, a theological student on his Staff, whether they had ever debated in the Seminary the question whether those who were miraculously cured by Jesus ever had a return of the disease. "I do not think," he said, "they could have returned, for the power was too great. The poor paralytic would never again shake with palsy. Oh! for infinite power!" He endeavored to cheer those who were around