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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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Doc. 41.-twenty Eighth regiment N. Y. S. V. The following is a list of the officers: Dudley Donnelly, Colonel; Edwin F. Brown, Lieutenant-Colonel; James R. Mitchell, Major; Chas. P. Sproat, Adjutant; C. L. Skeels, Quartermaster; Rev. C. H. Platt, Chaplain; Dr. Helmer, Surgeon; Dr. Reagan, Assistant Surgeon. Captains and companies. Company A--(Lockport).--Captain, E. W. Cook; Company B--(Lockport).--Captain, W. W. Brush; Company C--(Lockport).--Captain, W. H. H. Mapes; Company D--(Medina).--Captain, Erwin S. Bowen; Company E--(Canandaigua).--Captain, T. Fitzgerald; Company F--(Batavia).--Captain, Charles H. Fenn; Company G--(Albion).--Captain, David Hardee; Company H--(Monticello).--Captain, John Walker, Jr.; Company I--(Niagara Falls).--Captain, T. P. Gould; Company K--(Lockport).--Captain, H. H. Page.--N. Y. Evening Post, June 26.
ple who are still free; but, on the contrary, that they should prepare themselves to maintain all their rights as citizens of Missouri. 5. Authorize, or order the commanding officer of the present military district to form a military camp of instruction at or near the city of St. Louis, to muster military companies into the service of the State, to erect batteries, and do all things necessary and proper to be done to maintain the peace, dignity, and sovereignty of the State. 6. Order Col. Bowen's whole command to proceed at once to the said camp and report to the commanding officer for duty. Doubtless, many things which ought to be done, will occur to your Excellency which have not to me, and your Excellency may deem what I have suggested as improper or unnecessary. If so, I can only say, that I have been actuated solely by a sense of official duty in saying what I have, and will most cheerfully acquiesce in whatever course your Excellency may lay down for my government. I