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The Daily Dispatch: August 8, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ieut G M Whiting, Co. C, same regiment; Third Lieut Wyatt Lee, Co. C, 22d Ga; Second Lt G Songlesby, Co. G, 3d Ga; Second Lt C R Rice, Co. H, 8th Als; Second Lt W C Moody, Co. B, 2d Miss; Second Junior L Andrew London, Co. A. 16th Miss; and First Lt B F Wood, Co. H, 5th F a. The following named are at West's Building Hospital; Lt. Col. M. A. Parks, 52d North Carolina; Lt Col. M. J. Bulger, 47th Alabama, Adj't F. C. Powell, 47th North Carolina; Capt John W Johnson, 11th Georgia; 2d Lt. Beverly Barksdale, 23d Virginia; 1st Lt. James P. Gleen, 13th Virginia; 2d Lt. G. W. Nixon, 32d North Carolina, and Assistant Surgeon B. C. Harrison. The American. says: In the steamer Louisiana, which left port last evening, were the following named rebel surgeons, who, after teaching Fortress Monroe, will be conveyed by the flag of truce beat to City Point; A S. Gregory, surgeon 1st Va. infantry; E. M. Rowe, surgeon 14th Va cavalry; M. S Newlin, assistant surgeon 38th Va. infantry; E. C.
Worthy of Praise. --We understand that Messrs. Warwick & Barksdale, of the Gallege Mills, Richmond, are supplying families with flour at from $31 to $35 per barrel, according to grade, and that they refuse to sell more than one barrel to any one man, thus keeping off the hands of speculators, who are holding the same article at $60 per barrel. By adopting this course, hundreds of families will be able to buy flour who could not do so at $60, and speculators will be prevented from getting the stock on hand into their possession, and, by refusing to sell, soon run up the price to $100 per barrel. Let families get their supplies at once before the stock is