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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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talion, 350; of Capt. Lee's artillery company, 114--composed entirely of artisans and mechanics; and of 1st Battalion of the Louisiana Regiment, 520, Col. Adams; the Zouaves, 505, Lieut.-Col. Coppens; and the Marines, 109. The army of Gen. Bragg may, therefore, be thus stated accurately: Brigadier-General Commanding, Braxton Bragg; Inspector-General, J. H. Forney; Chief of Engineers, W. H. Stevens; Chief of Ordnance, W. R. Boggs; Adjutant-General, R. C. Wood; Aids, George D. Garner, Thomas Ellis; Surgeon-General, A. J. Foard; Quartermaster, L. A. O'Bannon; Chief of Subsistence, T. W. Jones. First division--Col. J. R. Chalmiers. 1st Mississippi Regiment, Col. Chalmers,787 2d Mississippi Regiment, Col. Phillips,841 Quitman Artillery, Capt. Lovell,75 Vicksburg Artillery, Capt. Tull,60 Judson Artillery, Capt. Carr,63    1,826 Second division--Col. Clayton. 1st Alabama Regiment, Col. Clayton,800 2d Alabama Battalion, Lieut.-Col. Steadman,600 1st Georgia Regiment, Col. Ra
ly be purified by fire. The people are determined upon it, and are clamorous for a leader to conduct them to the onslaught. That leader will assuredly rise, aye, and that right speedily. From the Goldsboroa (N. C.) Tribune, of April 24. We understand that Duncan K. McRae, Esq., who came here last night, bears a special order for one regiment of North Carolina troops to march to the city of Washington. They are to be ready in forty-eight hours from the notice. This is by order of Gov. Ellis. To have gained Maryland is to have gained a host. It insures Washington city, and the ignominious expulsion of Lincoln and his bodyguard of Kansas cut-throats from the White House. It makes good the words of Secretary Walker at Montgomery in regard to the Federal Metropolis. It transfers the lines of battle from the Potomac to the Pennsylvania border. From the Raleigh (N. C.) Standard, of April 24. North Carolina will send her full quota of troops to unite in the attack on Wash