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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Palmetto flag at St. John's, N. B. (search)
llant military organization has now the following companies in camp near Wytheville: From Wythe.--The Minute Men, Captain Gleaves; Mt Airy Roughs and Readies, Capt. Buchanan. Carroll.--Rough and Readies, Capt. Lundy; Reed Island Rifles, Captain Bolt. Grayson.--Grayson Rifles, Capt. Davis; Wilson Rifles, Capt. Perkins. Tazewell. Tazewell Rangers, Capt. Harman; Floyd Guard, Capt. Harrison; Tazewell Boys, Capt. Whitley; West, Augusta Rifles, Capt. Brown. Smyth.--Dragoons, Capt. Thompson; Grays, Capt. McDonald. Bland.--Sharp Shooters, Capt. Grayson. Nelson.--Rangers, Captain Fitzpatrick. Wise.--Yankee Catchers, Capt. Selyear. General Floyd has selected for the commanders of the two Regiments now organized, Col. Reynolds and Col. Harry Heth. They are both officers of the best military education. Gen. Floyd will bring into the field one of the very finest military bodies--one of the most hardy and efficient — that is in the service. Should the war last any time there will be a
Fight at Mathias' Point. The Fredericksburg Herald, of Friday even- publishes the following report of a fight Mathias' Point, on Thursday night, but was not vouch for its accuracy: It is stated that a party of the Federal force ded from one or more vessels, with sand apparently for the purpose of putting some defences. After landing they were attacked by the arta Guards and Caroline Grays, and re- We are informed that 6 of the Federal troops were killed, some 12 or 14 drowned, that from 15 to 20 had taken to the woods, where they were dodging about like scared tridges. The only damage on our side is said to the flesh wound on the cheek of one of our he guns of the vessel were not fired lest own men might be killed. The Fredericksburg News makes the following statement: The enemy landed at Mathias' Point last night in large force with sand bags to erect a tery Our boys routed them--killed six, wounded ten, and the rest escaped, leaving 20 in the