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The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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the Rev. W. Turner , Jun. , MA., Lives of the eminent Unitarians, Nathniel Lardner (search)
till 1709, does not appear; but, from the learning and talents which he displayed in more mature age, it cannot be doubted that this period was employed in a diligent and conscientious preparation for the profession to which he was destined of a minister of religion. It was not till August 2, in that year, that he made his first appearance in the pulpit; and for four years after this time nothing further is known of him, than that he was a member of the congregational church of which Mr. Matthew Clark, a man of some eminence among the Dissenters of that period, was minister. In 1713, he was invited to reside in the house of Lady Treby, widow of Sir George Treby, late Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, as domestic chaplain, and tutor to her youngest son. Though we have no account of the manner in which the preceding years were spent, yet our knowledge of what Mr. Lardner afterwards became forbids us to doubt that, at this period, he was abundantly qualified by his knowledge, judgmen
hand for the last time. If ever a commander enjoyed universal respect and esteem, surely that commander was Col. Taliaferro. The company is now commanded by Capt. Frank T. Hill, of Culpeper, and a nephew of Col. A. P. Hill. He is a whole souled gentleman, and a popular commander, and no doubt, should the occasion present itself, he will prove himself a gallant soldier, The following is a list of the officers of this company; Commissioned Officers.--Captain Frank T. Hill, of Culpeper, Va., late of the U. S. Army; 1st Lieutenant, R. I. Swanceat, of Baltimore, Md.; 2d Lieutenant, Matthew Clark, of Baltimore, and late a cadet of St. John's College, Annapolis, Md. Non Commissioned Officers.-- 1st Sergeant, Edwin Mortimer; 3d Sergeant, John McWilliams; 3d Sergeant, John A. Vernum; 4th Sergeant, Rudolph Hourand; 1st Corporal, Harry W. Arnold; 2d Corporal, John W. Kelly; 3d Corporal, James S. Murray; 4th Corporal, James E. King; Quartermaster, Francis J. Reilly. R. M. C.
toe: Company B, "Bird Rifles."--Wounded; Privates B B Ragland, Jas F Aldhizer, A J Underwood. Company C.--Wounded: Captain T R Buckner, Private James Wharam. Killed: Privates W O Anderson, Daniel Dailey. Company D. "Ambler Grays."--Wounded: Privates G R Hargrave, W E Thomas, J B Johnston, Wm Hall, John Tranham, W W Jennings, Captain John S Anderson, Sergt P Randolph. Killed: Privates John R Bowles, T Gammand. Company E. "Richmond Zouaves."--Killed: Privates — McElroy, --Clark. Wounded: Lieut. Omohundro; privates J Griffith.--King. Company F, "Fluvanna Hornets;"--Killed; Privates F T Pace, John W Asblar. Wounded: Capt John T Martin; Privates J J Jennings; W E Thomas, Thos W Harlowe; Corp'ls W G McLane, John W Sadler; Privates Collins J Winston, B H Bragg, R S Campbell, A J Wilson. Company G. "Randolph Guards,"--Killed: Sergeants J B Farrar, H W K Davis; Private C C North. Wounded: Serg't P H Pollard; Private Thos North. Company H. "Amelia Minute