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The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1861., [Electronic resource], Jackson's brigade — separation between him and them. (search)
e bid farewell to the gallant brigade which had won for itself and him such undying fame on the plains of Manassas. This brigade consists of the 2d, 4th, 5th, 27th, and 33d Virginia regiments. All of these regiments, except the 5th, were present, that being on picket. The writer of this article never expects to witness a more touching scene. Drawn up in close columns stood the subaltern officers and brave men who had rushed with loud cheers into the very thickest of the bloody twenty-first of July day, and opposed with the combined courage and discipline of veterans the advance of the confident foe — the men who were all Virginia troops, and from that West Augusta to which Washington had looked in olden days as the last refuge of independence. Proudly had they vindicated the historic fame of their section at Manassas, and now they had again formed to say "good, bye" to their loved leader. The glow which brightened their faces and lit up their flashing eyes in the fire of batt
Who has a war horse for Sale? --About the close of the session of Congress, the Virginia delegation and a number of citizens of Richmond subscribed for the purchase of a fine horse, to be presented to a field officer — a Virginian by birth, and who did gallant service on the memorable 21st of July at Bull Run. Up to this time, although advertised for, and sought after in various quarters by a competent judge, a horse having the requisites for a charger — size, color, bearing, spirit, and action — has not been procured. Any one having such a horse to dispose of — and we are sure there must be some such in our State, which has produced so many fine horses — will find a purchaser by communicating with Mr. Thos. W. Doswell, of th