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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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which they belong: Janesbono' Guards.--Wilson D. Williams, Thomas J. Ferrall, J. M. Whitehurst, Smith Mercer. Lenoir Branes--Logan Matts, Jas. A. Hines, W. B. Berton, John H. Jenkins. Hamilton Guards.--Benj. Brown, Albert Coburn, Wm. Bland. Hertford Light Infantry.--D. J. Williford, Jos. D. Barnes, Wm. A. Overton. North-Carolina Defenders.--Miles Jones, John Berry, Mathias Sawyer. Morris Guards.--Wm. Hassell. Tar River Boys.--Wm. J. Clark. Independent Grays.--Wm. A. Brady. With regard to Norfolk, it seems the intention of the Federal authorities have postponed the attack here until the weather becomes colder. Possibly, like Dunmore, of revolutionary fame, they may wait until the first day of next year, for the purpose of having a grand jollification here on new year's day. Of course the Yankees, when they get ready to pass our batteries, come up into the harbor and shell the town, will be as humane and merciful as the above-named British
The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], Camp Bartow, Pocahontas Co, Oct. 30th, 1861. (search)
several Federal bonds in their possession, which fell to the lot of our boys. We captured several fine Enfield rifles in the melee. Our pickets were composed of portions of the 12th and 1st Georgia and the Arkansas Regiments, who fought bravely against great odds. The night was very dark and cloudy, but for which the loss of the enemy would have been greater. A very serious accident occurred this morning, resulting in the mortal wounding of Private James Nuckols, of Company E, (Goochland Grays,) 23d regiment. During an inspection of arms, a musket in the hands of a member of another company, accidentally exploded, and a ball struck him in the left arm, and a buck-shot in the right breast, penetrating the lungs. Another shot also struck another man on the head, fortunately, however, merely cutting the skin. There is but little hopes of Private N.'s recovery, Our able and worthy Surgeons, Drs. Dilly and Dennis, were promptly present, and did all in their power to alleviate t
Wanted — Recruits for theGoochland Grays! A recruitig office will be opened at Manskin Town, Goochland county. for the above named company, on the 28th inst. Fifty Dollars bounty and rations allowed from the date of enlistment Under the recent act of the Legislature, this company will be re-organized, February 20th, 1862. Come one, come all. T. S. Michaels, lieut., Recruiting Officer. J. S. Gathright, Serg't. fe 26--l3t*