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D. W. Yandell (search for this): article 15
t field officers.--Captain Fremeaux, Provisional Engineers, and Lieuts. Steel and Helm also rendered material and ever dangerous service in the line of their duty. Major General (now General) Braxton Bragg, in addition to his duties of Chief of Staff, as has been before stated, commanded his corps — much the larges, in the field — on both days with signal capacity and soldiership. Surgeon Foard, Medical Director, Surgeons R. L. Brodie and S. Choppin, Medical Inspectors, and Surgeon D. W. Yandell, Medical Director of the Western Department, with General Johnston, were present in the discharge of their arduous and high duties, which they performed with honor to their profession. Capt. Tom Saunders, Messrs. Scales and Metcalf, and Mr. Tully, of New Orleans, were of material aid on both days, ready to give news of the enemy's positions and movements regardless of exposure. While thus partially making mention of some of those who rendered brilliant, gallant, or meritori
led and seventy in this regiment. Adjutant C. C. will doubtless soon send an of- of the casualties in this regiment. The reported that this regiment made three bayonet charges on the Yankees; they captured a battery and took one and fifty prisoners, said to be a po- of Stockies's brigades. Col. Strange dis- from his horse and his men to . The Modoombe Guards, from Albemarle, of regiment, were in the thickest of the Fifteen are reported wounded — among Capt. Brown and Lieut. Wyant of the if any, we have no account. The Albemarle Rangers, from North Gar brought the Yankee prisoners to town, company with the Valley Rangers, from All of the Rangers escaped . The Albemarle Artillery, it is believed, not in the fight, and thus escaped in Silas B. Hart, of Albemarle, in the cavalry, was surprised, taken prisoner, and his colors burns off. He, however, to escape, and is now safe in Richmond. The citizens of Charlottesville, upon re informatio
ute the committee. On motion of Mr. Forbes, a committee of three was appointed to bring in a bill for the relief of Wm. M. Rume, Sheriff of Fauquier, from damages, to the extent of $532.64, paid by him under circumstances worthy of consideration. The committee, consisting of Messrs. Forbes, Burks and Harrison, brought in a bill in a few minutes, directing the Auditor of Public Accounts to pay the amount; which was passed — ayes 72 nose 3 The resolution offered a few days ago by Mr. Woonson, declaring the Confederate Conscription act unconstitutional, but counselling a patriotic obedience to it, was called up by Mr. Hunter, who offered a substitute, declaring the act perfectly constitutional, and advising obedience &c; which, together with the original, was laid upon the table, without discussion. The Speaker presented to the House a letter of resignation from Charles T. Friend, Esq, the delegate from Chesterfield, upon which. Mr. Rives offered a resolution, which
tte--- Wirt, slightly wounded in the David M. Goodman, wounded; Banja- of Covesville, killed. Company C, (Scartsville.)--Two killed and . Company D. (Howardsvilles.)--Capt. Faulk- wounded;--Thomas and killed.--Turner and another . Company E, (Piedmont Rifles, Stony Point) Peyton is said to be wounded, and Company suffered severely. Company F, Montgomery Guard, Char-)--Captain Bennett Taylor, flesh in thigh; Lieut. S G Leitch, slightly in Robert Kirby, H Harden, Allen Wood, John Dee, Daniel Smith, . It is reported that two were killed. Company G, (Ambert.)--Two reported or wounded. Company H, (Amherst.)--Jacob B Drum- killed; Lt Brown, slightly wounded; John Bryant, wounded. Company I, (Nelson.)--M C Wills, Edward wounded. It is reported that one were killed. Company K, (Blue Ridge Rifles, Albemarle)--Some are reported to have been killed some wounded, but nothing definite, The above is an imperfect list. It is believed were about tw
John Withers (search for this): article 15
tucky troops and continually inspired them by his words and example. Having his horse shot under him on Sunday, he entered the ranks of a Kentucky regiment on Monday, and fell mortally wounded towards the close of the day. No this State alone, but the whole Confederacy, has sustained a great loss in the death of this brave, upright, and able man. Another gallant and able soldier and Captain was lost to the service of the country, when Brigadier-General Gladden, commanding 1st Brigade, Withers's Division, 3d Army Corps, died from a severe wound received on the 5th instant, after having been conspicuous to his whole corps and the army for courage and capacity. Major-General Cheatham, commanding 1st Division, 1st Corps, was slightly wounded, and had three horses shot under him. Brigadier-General Clark, commanding 2d Division of the 1st Corps, received a severe wound, also on the 1st day, which will deprive the army of his valuable services for some time. Brigadier-Ge
Fourteenth Virginia regiment. Virginia regiment, Col. John here a conspicuous part, as al- in the fight near Williamsburg last. The following is a list of in its ranks on the occasion: Monticello' Guard. Alexander Hoffman, killed; Christian and W. T. Jones, mortally --the letter since dead; W. M. Wing- John Durret, do. Company B, (Albemarle Rifles, Charlotte--- Wirt, slightly wounded in the David M. Goodman, wounded; Banja- of Covesville, killed. Company C, (Scartsville.)--Two killed and . Company D. (Howardsvilles.)--Capt. Faulk- wounded;--Thomas and killed.--Turner and another . Company E, (Piedmont Rifles, Stony Point) Peyton is said to be wounded, and Company suffered severely. Company F, Montgomery Guard, Char-)--Captain Bennett Taylor, flesh in thigh; Lieut. S G Leitch, slightly in Robert Kirby, H Harden, Allen Wood, John Dee, Daniel Smith, . It is reported that two were killed. Company G, (Ambert.)--Two reported or wounded. Comp
W. M. Wing (search for this): article 4
Fourteenth Virginia regiment. Virginia regiment, Col. John here a conspicuous part, as al- in the fight near Williamsburg last. The following is a list of in its ranks on the occasion: Monticello' Guard. Alexander Hoffman, killed; Christian and W. T. Jones, mortally --the letter since dead; W. M. Wing- John Durret, do. Company B, (Albemarle Rifles, Charlotte--- Wirt, slightly wounded in the David M. Goodman, wounded; Banja- of Covesville, killed. Company C, (Scartsville.)--Two killed and . Company D. (Howardsvilles.)--Capt. Faulk- wounded;--Thomas and killed.--Turner and another . Company E, (Piedmont Rifles, Stony Point) Peyton is said to be wounded, and Company suffered severely. Company F, Montgomery Guard, Char-)--Captain Bennett Taylor, flesh in thigh; Lieut. S G Leitch, slightly in Robert Kirby, H Harden, Allen Wood, John Dee, Daniel Smith, . It is reported that two were killed. Company G, (Ambert.)--Two reported or wounded. Comp
d that, as soon as the river falls, the Federal troops will be able to advance, and thus clear the river; and the news of a successful attack on New Orleans is confidently expected, after which the Unionists consider the Mississippi virtually in their hands, not with standing the fortifications above Memphis, and the immense levies at Corinth and other places near its shore — New Orleans, however, may prove as formidable as Island No.10. The American Press and Mr. Stanton. In one of Wilson's or Anderson's ornithological papers there is an account of the wonder and fierceness of a certain sort of American woodpecker when it was first put in a cage.--All the present actions and behavior of the American Press are described to the life in it. At last it began to tear cut its own feathers. Here is Mr. Stanton--the man of an hour, the lawyer of yesterday; the hippodromes, the press-tamer of to-day!--How he has grown, almost in a moment, into life and power ! So did Denton, so did P
pany E, (Piedmont Rifles, Stony Point) Peyton is said to be wounded, and Company suffered severely. Company F, Montgomery Guard, Char-)--Captain Bennett Taylor, flesh in thigh; Lieut. S G Leitch, slightly in Robert Kirby, H Harden, Allen Wood, John Dee, Daniel Smith, . It is reported that two were killed. Company G, (Ambert.)--Two reported or wounded. Company H, (Amherst.)--Jacob B Drum- killed; Lt Brown, slightly wounded; John Bryant, wounded. Company I, (Nelson.)--M C Wills, Edward wounded. It is reported that one were killed. Company K, (Blue Ridge Rifles, Albemarle)--Some are reported to have been killed some wounded, but nothing definite, The above is an imperfect list. It is believed were about twenty killed and seventy in this regiment. Adjutant C. C. will doubtless soon send an of- of the casualties in this regiment. The reported that this regiment made three bayonet charges on the Yankees; they captured a battery and took one an
N. Wickliffe (search for this): article 15
fficient service, and either by his side or in carrying his orders shared his exposure to the casualties of a well contested battle field. I beg to commend their names to the notice of the War Department, namely: of Captain H. P. Brewster and N. Wickliffe, of the Adjutant and Inspector General's Department. Captain Thomas O'Hara, Acting Inspector-General. Lieuts. Geo. Baylor and Thos. M. Jack, Adis-de-Camp. Volunteer Aide-de-camp, Colonel William Preston, Major D. M. Hayden, E. W. and Calhoun Benham. Major Albert J Smith and Capt. Wickham, Quartermaster's Department. To these gentlemen was assigned the last sad duty of accompanying the remains of their lamented chief from the field, except Captains Brewster and Wickliffe, who remained, and rendered valuable services as staff officers, on the 7th of April. Governor Isham G. Harris, of Tennessee, went upon the field with General Johnston, was by his side when he was shot, sided him from his horse, and receiv
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