You then make mention of the companies of Captains Guy, Leake and Harrison, of the Light Dragoons, and omit entirely to say anything about the companies of Captains Harrison of the Goochland Greys, and Captain Lacy, of the Goochland Byrd Rifles.
The writer of this article does not object to any of the applause which is b s oitten as to make it appear that those three companies composed the whole force which has been furnished by the county of Goochland.
Whereas the companies of Captains Harrison of the Goochland Greys, and Lacy, of the Byrd Rifles, constitute a very important part of it. Besides, both of these companies last named have been doing duty, and very, very arduous duty, in Northwestern Virginia.
Capt. Harrison's company is a part of the 23d Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, commanded by Col. Wm. B. Taliaferro, and was with Gen. Garnett's command at Laurel Hill, and was repeatedly, previous to the evacuation of that post engaged in the numerous and frequent conf