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The Daily Dispatch: April 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], New
cavalry Company (search)
New cavalry Company --We call attention to the advertisement of Messrs. Hobson and Harwood, who have opened a recruiting office at No. 206 Main street, for the purpose of raising a first class cavalry company. The inducements offered to young men to join their company are of a most satisfactory kind — horse and equipment being furnished each recruit; thus placing the members in a position to enter active service at once. It is proper to say that the corps, when ready for service, will be attached to Capt. H. Clay Pate's battalion of cavalry, which is now being formed.
The Daily Dispatch: may 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], A Yankee Outline. (search)
Complimentary benefit --Mr. Lee Mallory will give a complimentary benefit, on Tuesday evening next, at Metropolitan Hall, to the Randolph Cavalry, a company which has been raised in this city within the last month, and is attached to Col. H. C. Pate's regiment. A number of horses are wanted, and the proprietor of the "War Illustrations" comes forward and generously devotes the receipts of a night to that purpose. We hope the house will be densely crowded. The company, which is named after the Secretary of War, is commanded by Capt. McNary Hobson.