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Colorado (Colorado, United States) (search for this): article 6
rg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . foCol. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ability to hold the city any odds. When he left there were at least sixty days provisions, and they were . There was also plenty of water. The of starving the army was considered as the .
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 6
e 17th, after the falls on Saturday . The enemy were badly whipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ability to hold the city any odds. When he left there were at least sixty days pr
The last fight at Vicksburg Capt. M, Counell, who came out of Vicksburg, on the 17th, after the falls on Saturday . The enemy were badly whipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their a
Pemberton (search for this): article 6
of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ability to hold the city any odds. When he left there were at least sixty days provisions, and they were . There was also plenty of water. The of starving the army was considered as the .
The last fight at Vicksburg Capt. M, Counell, who came out of Vicksburg, on the 17th, after the falls on Saturday . The enemy were badly whipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ab
Capt. M, Counell, who came out of Vicksburg, on the 17th, after the falls on Saturday . The enemy were badly whipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ability to hold the city any odd
ast fight at Vicksburg Capt. M, Counell, who came out of Vicksburg, on the 17th, after the falls on Saturday . The enemy were badly whipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ability
hipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ability to hold the city any odds. When he left there were at least sixty days provisions, and they were . There was also plenty of water. Th
The last fight at Vicksburg Capt. M, Counell, who came out of Vicksburg, on the 17th, after the falls on Saturday . The enemy were badly whipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their a
Thomas Emanuel (search for this): article 6
The last fight at Vicksburg Capt. M, Counell, who came out of Vicksburg, on the 17th, after the falls on Saturday . The enemy were badly whipped, in their assault, and there is a plenty of ammunition in the ally to meet other assaults. The the casualties at Vicksburg as for as he could learn from friends and of his own Capt Thos. Emanuel, Mobile, Capt. McRae Major Halley, of a Tennessee regiment, killed; Col.Russell, of the wounded, Col. Marise, of La., very seriously wounded, Col. Pallen, of N. C., Col. Glenn, of La., Col. McCron II. and Col. Harris, of Louisiana, killed. Captain of Memphis Battery, wounded, Colonel Herrick was killed.--He had that morning received his nomination as Colonel, went out as commander for the and was . for Gen. Pemberton, who is at all of this day and night on duty of the at the front the write or at his office attending in business. He and his gallant staff are on all the whole garrison has the continued in their ab
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