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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], The movements on Richmond — the fighting around Richmond. (search)
the enemy;) Corp'l John Taylor, side; privates Geo W Mayo, 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
Two hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway from me, at Richmond, last night, my slave Henry. He is about 19 years of age, remarkably well grown, being about 5 feet 9 inches high, and weighing probably 160 pounds; he is black, quite intelligent, and well behaved, often smiles in conversation, and shows a very white set of teeth. He is doubtless making his way to the enemy. The above reward will be given for his restoration to me. G. W. Richardson. [my 12--3t*]