ine miles in less than twenty six hours actual time.
This regiment is composed of the flower of this section of Virginia.
King George, Caroline and Spotsylvania, are must nobly represented, and should the enemy attempt a landing near Marlboro's Point, they will be welcomed with "bloody hards to hospitable graves" by the 30th, who are now defending liberally their own firesides and household gods.
This regiments is ably officered.
Col. R. M. Cary, of your city, commands, and Archer Harrison, of Brandon, is the Lieut.Colonel, and under their lead will give a noble account of itself.
The extraordinary good discipline of this regiments as due, in a great measure, to the commanders of the different companies.
Among these is one who received a military education at that noble school, the Virginia Military institute namely, Captain V. M. Johnson, of the Mount Pleasant Rifles from Spotsylvania Captain Johnson graduate with distinction some two years ago and is one of the mo