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The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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fficers and crew of the captor.--The other half is placed to the account of the Confederate Government. Every man on board is, therefore, "well to do" in the world. The armament of the Florida has not been attered since she first went into commission, and consists of a 120 pound Blakely rifle gun amid ships — same metal on the bow, and six broadside 68 pound Blakely rifles. Capt Semmes is stated by Mr. Vogel to be still in command of the Alabama, and cruising in the China Seas. Lieut Evans, of South Carolina, is in command of the Georgia, at last accounts in Bordeaux, France. The following list of the officers of the Florida is furnished by him for the benefit of friends at home: Commander, M Morris; 1st Lieutenant, S G Stone; Master, R S Floyd; Acting 2d Lieutenant, B Barron; 3d Lieutenant, -- Midshipman G D Bryan, Acting Master; Paymaster, R Taylor; Surgeon, C Chariton; Midshipmen, T Sinclair. W Sinclair, T Dyke; Master's Mate, T T Hunter; Chief Engineer, C W Quinn;
The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1864., [Electronic resource], The soldiers giving to the poor of the City. (search)
Y M C A., Richmond, June 14, 1864. The Army Committee acknowledge with pleasure the receipt of one day's rations, contributed by the gallant soldiers of Gen Lee's army, for the benefit of the poor of this city, as follows: From Gen C A Evans's Brigade. From 1st regiment, 2d, 5th and 6th Rifles, and Palmetto Sharpshooters, of S C Volunteers, Jenkins's Brigade, per Joseph Mayo, Esq, Mayor. From 15th Alabama regiment, Col W C Oates, per J P Hill, Commissary Sergeant. From Tinsley, Chaplain. From Gen Pegram's Brigade, per Joseph Mayo, Esq, Mayor. From Fauquier Artillery, Capt Marshall, per Jno W able. From the "Stonewall" Brigade, composed of the 2d, 4th, 5th, 27th and 33d Virginia regiments. Gen Evans, in his letter accompanying the contribution from his brigade, says: "The ability of our country to sustain its army in the field most abundantly is fully exhibited by the fact that the troops have now more rations and in greater variety