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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], The movements on Richmond — the fighting around Richmond. (search)
o, thigh and shoulder; D W McCraw, thigh; C W Norris, breast; W R Patterson, knee; Jas Tilman, neck; David Thomas, knee; R L Wilkinson, hand. Co. C.--Killed: Serg't J H Thackston, private B C Morris. Wounded: Lieut Jno Randolph, thigh and hand; Sergt's Lewis S Ayres, breast, (in hands of the enemy;) R H Spencer, leg and hand; privates E F Coleman, wrist; T B Harris, breast; Wm Henshall, head; Robert Alice, shoulder and neck; R C Richardson, leg; W M McParr, shoulder Missing; Corp'l A H Brown, private T M Rafter. Co D.--Wounded: Lt R Motley, private Jas S Baker. Missing: W G Andrews. The Commander and number of the enemy's forces around Richmond. The commander of the force which is now operating around the fortifications of Richmond is Gen. Sheridan, who was formerly commander of the cavalry with the Federal army at Chattanooga, and was taken from there with Grant when he came to Virginia. In his experience as a cavalry commander we know of nothing very dashing or
one of the heirs may sell their portion to the other, and he provides that the heirs may live on the place in common, contributing equally to its support. When any of his blood relations cease to reside on the place, then the house and land is to revert to the Government then having dominion over them. He wills that his slaves shall be free, as follows: the day of emancipation being July 4: Gilbert Kay, 1866; James Brown, 1865, June, 1867; Ellen Brown, 1870; Henry Brown, 1878; William Brown, 1881; Judson, 1887; Lucy, 1872; Charles Sumner, 1876; and Ben, an old man; whenever he sees proper to take his freedom. He desires that the remains of his late wife shall be interred in the Congressional Burying Ground, and put in a coffin made of granite, the top to be placed on two granite pins, one inch in diameter, and one inch in height.--So that they may be placed in a fire proof building to be erected in the southeast end of the garden, which is to hold the stereotype plates