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sent to that place. On the 23d, between 4 and 5 p. m., a Federal regiment made a demonstration against Hampton, greatly alarming the citizens of that place. Maj. J. B. Cary, of the Virginia artillery, in command at Hampton, had made arrangements for the destruction of the bridges leading from Fort Monroe, but the enemy were in si extinguishing the fires at the bridges. This amicable understanding reached, the Federal troops marched into the town, remained for awhile and then returned. Major Cary reported to Colonel Ewell at Williamsburg, that this demonstration indicated the propriety of removing his camp farther from Hampton, where the people had respo, on the 7th of June made a reconnoissance with 20 picked men of the Old Dominion dragoons, two men from his own company, and accompanied by Captain Phillips, Lieutenant Cary and Lieutenant Harrison, to examine the Federal camp at Newport News. He then rode to within a few hundred yards of the fortifications, when he came unexpect
y, lieutenant-colonel. Second Cavalry regiment (also called Thirtieth regiment): Breckinridge, Cary. major, lieutenant-colonel; Graves, William F., major; Langhorne, John S., major; Munford, Thomalonel. Nineteenth Heavy Artillery battalion: Atkinson, John Wilder, major, lieutenant-colonel; Cary, N. R., major. Nineteenth Cavalry regiment: Downs, George, major; Jackson, William L., colonelieutenantcol-onel; Otey, Peter, major. Thirtieth Infantry regiment: Barton, William S., major; Cary, R. Milton, colonel; Chew, Robert S., lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Gouldin, John Milton, major, ljor. Thirty-second Infantry regiment (formed from Montague's and Goggin's Infantry battalion): Cary, John B., lieutenant-colonel; Ewell, Benjamin S., colonel; Goggin, James M., major; Lee, Baker P.lion: Richardson, John H., major. Thirty-ninth Infantry regiment (disbanded January 25, 1862): Cary, N. R., major; Finney, Louis C. H. lieutenant-colonel; Smith, Charles, colonel Thirty-ninth Mi