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Deep Bottom (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 7
The Peninsula. All is quiet on the Peninsula since the late gunboat fight. The forces engaged in the actions with the steamers at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of co
Armistead (search for this): article 7
The Peninsula. All is quiet on the Peninsula since the late gunboat fight. The forces engaged in the actions with the steamers at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of co
. All is quiet on the Peninsula since the late gunboat fight. The forces engaged in the actions with the steamers at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of conversion in that
rs at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell explo This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of conversion in that regiment, 170 in the 26th Va., and a number in the 4th Va. heavy artillery, at Chaffin's Bluff.
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s with the steamers at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of conversion in that regiment, 170 in the 26th Va., and a number in the 4th Va. heavy artillery, at Chaffin's Bluff.
ns with the steamers at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of conversion in that regiment, 170 in the 26th Va., and a number in the 4th Va. heavy artillery, at Chaffin's Bluff.
The Peninsula. All is quiet on the Peninsula since the late gunboat fight. The forces engaged in the actions with the steamers at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of con