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The Daily Dispatch: January 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The 19th Regiment. --This regiment, familiarly termed the "old 19th," through its commanding officers, has, as already noticed, tendered its services to the Governor. The several companies composing the regiment are assiduously drilling, and otherwise preparing themselves for the exigencies of actual combat.--The 4th Company of the regiment paraded on Tuesday P. M., Captain D. W. Saunders in command, aided by 1st Lieutenant Wm. P. Gilman, 2d Lieutenant Granville Gray, and 1st Sergeant Jas. W. Turner. The company formed in front of Leigh Street African Church, and after drilling for a considerable time marched up to the flag-raising in Bottsville. Subsequently the company was drilled on the Capitol Square. Inclement as the weather was and has been for a week past, the company showed 65 rank and file present, and the evolutions were very creditable.--The company was formed under the direction of Adjutant Wm. R. Todd, of the 19th Regiment. Let all the militia emulate the examp
n, Near Winchester, December 31st, 1861. I have just been over to see the boys in Gilham's Brigade, which has lately joined us, and was delighted to find so many of our Richmond friends amongst them. Company "F" is, not with standing their hard campaign on Valley Mountain, in splendid condition, ranks full, and the boys looking as fat as seals and in flue spirits. They had an election of officers a few days since, which resulted in the election of Philip Wellford, 1st Lieutenant; Granville Gray, 2d, and James Payne 2d Junior. If we have anything to do, it is my opinion that the band-box company will prove itself as useful as ornamental. Marye's battery is connected with the brigade, and our friend Billy Caskie was to-day elected 1st Lieutenant. I was always partial to Billy, and had the curiosity to interrogate one of his men who was standing in a group around their camp fire as to what kind of an officer Billy was. "And is it our little Lieutenant? Sir, sure and he's