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The cadets were the special escort to Governor O'Ferrall, who, with his staff, came just in their rear.
His Excellency is a typical cavalryman, and was well mounted.
He and his staff attracted general attention throughout the parade.
Zzzthe Virginia militia.
Following the cadets came the militia, under command of Colonel William Nalle.
The Third Regiment Infantry, Virginia Volunteers, had the right.
This body of soldiers was under the charge of Lieutenant-Colonel Granville Gaines.
It comprised the following companies: Company A, The Danville Grays, Captain J. Paul Taylor and Lieutenants Perkinson and Conway; thirty-eight men in line.
Company F, the Alexandria Light Infantry, Captain George A. Mushbach and Lieutenant A. Bryan; ninety-four men in line, including the drum-corps.
Company E, the Lynchburg Home Guard, Captain Frank Scruggs and Lieutenants Seaberry and Faulkner; forty men.
Company C, the Farmville Guard, Captain J. R. Martin and Li