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The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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not be easy to fine better material for soldiers — most of them being strong, healthy farmer boys. Glorious old Lancaster! she has sent her sons forth to South Carolina, Virginia, and Kentucky, regiment after regiment and company after company, and "the boys" say she is able to do as much again. It is estimated that she has over 12,000 soldiers in active service. The 129th Pennsylvania arrived yesterday morning. The field officers are--Col. J. G. Frick, Lieut., Col. Armstrong, Major Jos. Anthony. The regiment numbers $50 sturdy patriots, form the beautiful hills and valleys and the soul misses of Behuyl kill, Northampton and Laigh. The old Rey State is nobly doing her duty, and has sent her 33d regiment, 1,000 strong, principally from the counties of Middlesex, Essex, and Suf- folk. The regiment is commanded by Col. A. C. Maggl. The 125th Pennsylvania, Col. Jacob Higgins, arrived this morning, and were marched to the other side of the Potomac. The regiment is 9