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The Daily Dispatch: April 6, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
J. W. Dunn, F. T. Dunklin, W. B. Fisher, M. L. Goodwin, E. Headly, Private B. H. Mize, W. S. Neal, J. A. F. Pynor, P. H. Shivers, J. T. Thrasher, B. A. Thrasher, E. N. Walker, J. J. White, H. H. Sturgis, J. Q. Wilson, J. E. Yarbrough. Co. H. Sergeant J. M. Burke, J. C. Conwill, Corporal W. B. McCary, Private C. C. Deadwilder, J. Ham, Private A. J. Langston, W. Y. Lawhorn, H. C. Lawrence, W. M. Martin. Co. I. Sergeant F. M. Campbell, Corporal A. J. Nott, Private Jno. Allen, Private A. H. Lattimer, J. N. McEachin, Ed. McEachin, Private Wm. Coleman, Private Wm. McElroy, Geo. Casper, George Smith, J. P. Chandler, R. M. Skinner, D. Ellis, A. I. Turner, J. Huddleston, J. R. Turner, J. G. Giles, J. E. Tims, J. Johnson, W. M. Williams, B. Nott, Jordan Baccus, Saul Lattimer, Jas. Hardin. Co. K. Sergeant Simon Strickland, Private J. A. Rodam, I. M. Culver, D. L. Smith, Corporal S. Clements, L. Turner, W. H. Currier, J. F. Tu
tion every day, but sometimes the fish even secede. The Baltimore American, of Thursday, has the following paragraphs: Three companies of United States Light Artillery passed through here yesterday morning, from Washington, in a special train, for New York. The train left the metropolis at 40, and, reaching here at 9, passed on to Philadelphia. The companies were A, B and H, but of what regiments we could not learn. They were under the command, in part, of Captain Barry and Captain Allen, and mustered 213 men, exclusive of commissioned officers. Accompanying were seventy-five horses, with field pieces, caissons, &c. They occupied a train of twenty passenger cars, and will proceed to Fort Hamilton, a post which some of the force previously occupied. Considerable attention was excited by the appearance of the cars and men, as they passed through the city. The soldiers generally expressed great satisfaction in returning to the fort. It is worthy of remark that twenty ca
Correction. --We said at the beginning of the week, that a man named Jno. Allen had been pardoned out of the Penitentiary by the Governor. He was pardoned on Thursday, and on the same evening, as a member of the police assures us, was engaged in cutting up some high pranks at Solitude, on Cary street. He was sent to prison for felonious stabbing, and may get back pretty soon if he does not take care.
Baltimore, Dec. 4.--Arrived, schr. William and John, Richmond; cleared, schrs. Lucy Penn, Tappahannock; J. M. Tarr, Fredericksburg; Jno. Allen, Richmond. Portland, Dec. 1.--Cleared, schr. E. L. Hammond, Richmond; arrived, schr. Flying Cloud, from Vindnaven, for Norfolk. Philadelphia, Dec. 3.--Cleared, schr. S. D. Bellows, Norfolk, Dec. 4. --Cleared steamer Virginia Richmond. New York, Dec. 4.--Cleared, steamer Jamestown, Richmond. Arrived, schr. Wythe, Tuttle, Richmond.