hatever vicissitudes might befall to sustain their ancient reputation by their conduct on the bloody field, and well have they remembered the injunction.
The organization of the company dates back as far as 1794, and many of our best and most prominent citizens have marched under its flag.
The following are the casualties in company G, 12th Virginia regiment, in the fight on Saturday: Killed — Joseph B. Sacrey, (printer, of Richmond, a native of Fredericksburg,) Jed. Gibson.
Wounded--Privates Burkes and William Ford, severely.
The Grays were the first company which left Richmond at the commencement of the war. They went to Portsmouth at the time of the burning of Gosport navy-yard.
Sixth Virginia regiment.
Killed--Captain David Wright, of company H, formerly a citizen of Richmond; Lieutenant Steward M. Spratt, of company C.
These are all the casualties we have been able to obtain.
In the battalion of Washington Arti