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General Floyd. The appointment of this officer to be Major General, by the Virginia Legislature, has been the occasion of a deal of abuse and ridicule from the Northern journals. Their denunciation and ribaldry only indicate their appreciation of his services to the Southern cause, and their apprehension of the trouble he may give the Northern Government yet. He is a man of energy and forecasts, as they know; and as a General be exercised the Federal forces in the West sufficiently last year to give them to understand what they may expect as soon as he takes the field again. Notwithstanding the obstacles in his way, it is understood that the enlistments have been large already, and there is good reason to hope that he will soon have enough of his "ten thousand" to take the field, of which the enemy will have due notice.
Floyd's Brigade. --Wm. Munford, Esq., late Lieutenant-Colonel of the 17th Virginia regiment, proposes raising a regiment to be attached to Floyd's Brigade, and has established a recruiting station in this city. Personally acquainted with Col. M., we can venture to recommend all intending soldiers to his care. There is everyFloyd's Brigade, and has established a recruiting station in this city. Personally acquainted with Col. M., we can venture to recommend all intending soldiers to his care. There is every prospect that Gen. Floyd's Brigade will soon be raised and creating the commotion usual with that energetic commander among the enemies of the South.--Those who join Col. Munford will have "a place in the picture near the flashing of the guns." His performances as a leader at Bull Run justify this assertion. are. There is every prospect that Gen. Floyd's Brigade will soon be raised and creating the commotion usual with that energetic commander among the enemies of the South.--Those who join Col. Munford will have "a place in the picture near the flashing of the guns." His performances as a leader at Bull Run justify this assertion.
ny B--Wounded: Priv Thos Gregory, arm broke; Wilson Webb, slightly, in shoulder. Missing: E H Keith. Company C--Wounded: Lieut R B Johnston, slightly; Priv W J Edney, slightly; Jacob Robinson, seriously, in the side; S T Wilson, hand shot off; Henry Allen, seriously, in thigh; J M Hall, Logan Thomason, and Mc McCurry, slightly. Missing: Wilson Hawkins. Company D--Killed: Priv Jos T Womack. Wounded: Orderly Serg't Geo Keon, both thighs, broken, and left on the field; Privates J L Floyd, arm broke; J P Burges, slightly, in breast; W M Wall, seriously, in the side; Pink Martin, seriously, in the head; J C Webb, slightly, in the shoulder; K C Blanton, slightly, in shoulder; W H Cooper, slightly, hip; Riley Baley, extent of wounds not known. Missing and supposed to be killed: Priv Burton Downey, Elber Davis, and P L Mintz. Company E.--Killed: Serg't W W Gibbs. Wounded: Privates Geo Wistnant, seriously and left on the field; W G Jarrat, slightly in the hand; W H Butler,
I Am Authorized by the Governor of Orginia to a Battery of. Light Artillery. for service under General John B. Flord.--As the number of batteries to attached to the is limited, persons design to in this lavol the arm of the service, had better supply early. Subsisted on furnished from of enlist Recruiting officer, No. 148 Main at. Jas A. Auguth, Captain of Artillery, Floyd's Division. je 6--4t*