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 - COL. FISHER'S REGIMENT. We are indebted to the...
COL. FISHER'S REGIMENT. We are indebted to the politeness of J. A. Engelhard, Esq., the Governor's Private Secretary, lor the following official list of the killed and wounded of the 6th regiment of State troops, in the late battle ot Manassas: Company A, Capt. Kirkland, commanding. Privates William D. Hannah, and Barney Bleany, killed; 2d Lieut. Thos. A. Price, 3d Serg't Wm. W. Tarpley, and Daniel Burnes, slightly wounded; 1st Serg't James Parsons, and Barney Brennan, severely wounded, andChas. W. Burrows, missing. Company B,fjieut. Parith, commanding. Private Van Buren Oakley, killed; 2d Lieut. Willie P. Mangum, mortally wounded; Serg't David C. Roberts, and Corp'l Arthur S. Carrington. severely wounded; AHlen Tilly, William Ray, and Guilford Laws, slightly wounded. Company C, Capt. Freeland, commanding. Privates John A. Hutchius. and Robert Falkner. killed; Private Wm. P. Haley, mortally wounded; Serg't Albert W. Pickett, Privates James Roman, Hiram W. Vickers, James Copley, Spencer B. Freeman, Silas Hutchins, Wm. Shamblee, John E. Davis, Allison 8. Glenn, and Harrison Carden, severely wounded; Harrison Pickett, and Owen W. Willett, slightly wounded.

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  1. Fayetteville Semi-Weekly Observer,
  2. 01 Aug 1861, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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