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The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 2 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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severely; W. C. Stuart head, slightly; Edward A. Moore, breast and leg by fragment of shell. Salem Flying Artillery, Capt. Charles B. Griffin commanding — Killed; Privates S. T. Hudson, H. Gimzburger, J. M. Peebles. Wounded; Lt. John W. Dinguid, thigh, badly; privates Doughts Gray, badly in leg; Leroy Harris, breast, slightly. Second Company Richmond Howitzers, Capt. Lorraine P. Jones commanding — Wounded; Serg't. Geo. L. Christian, left leg amputated, right heel bone broken serg't John S. Ellett, side and arm, severely; corp'l. George W. Mordecai, slightly in leg; corp'l David B. Clarke, neck, severely; corp'l Joseph J. Cocke, through the body: privates H. Martin Burnly, severe flesh wound in legs; Stephen A. Fraub, leg amputated; Wm. K. Hutchinson, foot, slightly R. Gilliam Patteson, severe flesh wound in leg. Recapitulation. Officers.Enlisted Men. Killed.08 Died of wounds.12 Wounded234 Prisoners123 Total464 William M. Read, Lieut and Acting Adjutant
ay, the 14th inst. Agreed to. Senate bill to amend the act to establish military courts was reported back from the Military Committee. On motion, the Senate adjourned. The Senate, met at 11 o'clock Saturday morning. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Read, of the Presbyterian Church. A House bill in relation to the pay of Government depository clerks was passed. The Senate refused to concur in House joint resolution explanatory of the act increasing the compensation of certain cividiscussion, laid on the table. The bill to establish a general staff for armies in the field, was taken up and discussed till the hour of recess. At the night session no business was done. House of Representatives.--Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Read of the Presbyterian Church. The bill amendatory of the tax laws was taken up and referred to a committee of conference. The bill to increase the compensation of the heads of the several departments, and the Secretary of War and th