From the Richmond Dispatch, 7/16/1862, p. 1, c. 2

Wounded Yankees from Savage’s Station.

A very large number of wounded Federal officers and soldiers were brought from Savage’s Station yesterday, via York River Railroad. Hundreds of them who could not be provided for in the C. S. Military Hospital, corner Cary and 20th streets, were necessarily deposited in the depot of the railroad, where they remained last night, and suffered greatly for want of attention — most of their own surgeons having deserted them and repaired up town. One or more of them died. — Among the wounded officers brought here since Monday evening from Savage’s Station, are the following, the list including also their medical attendants.

Chas H Hatch, 2d Lieut 4th N J; Wm P Russell, Surgeon 5th Vt; Geo B Cogswell, Assistant Surgeon 20th Mass; Wm Pattle, Assistant Surgeon 49th N Y; J D Brumley, 7th Mass; T Newell, Surgeon 1st R I Cavalry; Chas M Ellis, Assistant Surgeon 6th Pa; C Munson, Assistant Surgeon, 5th N Y; A Lanbry, 2d Lieut 26th Pa; Jno H Donovan, 1st Lieut 69th N Y; Wm. Deltz, Capt 1st N Y; Jno T Bell, Capt 62d Pa; Jno Doherty, 2d Lieut 9th Mass; N S Bull, 1st Lieut 61st Pa; Osro Miller, Major 18th Mass; B M Barbour, 2d Lieut 5th Vt: Chas Wheeler, 1st Lieut 10th Mass; D McMicken, Jr, 2d Lieut 5th Pa; J L Smith, 2d Lieut 4th Mich; G Mallory, Capt 71st Pa; C S Newtin, Capt 71st Pa; J B Moore, Capt 57th Pa; B R Jenne, Capt, 5th Vt; D F Corbin; Capt, 3d Vt; W B Reynolds, Capt, 6th Vt; P J Smith, Capt, 2d Vt; J R Finnle, Capt, 2d Vt; F L Knight, Capt, 3d N J; W D Wright, 1st Lieut, 5th Vt; L M D Smith, 1st Lieut, 5th Vt; W R Hartshorne, 1st Lieut and Adj’t 42 Penn; Aug. Miller, 1st Lieut, 20th Mass; L G McCauley, 1st Lieut, 7th Pa; Jacob Leman, 1st Lieut, 3d Pa; H P Kennedy, 1st Lieut, 2d Pa; M Coste, 2d Lieut, 72d Pa; G E Wood, 2d Lieut, 6th Vt; W J Patterson; 2d Lieut, 62d Pa; Ass’t Surgeons Chas Vorhees, Issiah Dewline, M K Hogan, Wm J. Sarvin, and 2d Lieut Thos D Jones, 4th Michigan.

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