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The Daily Dispatch: November 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Federal army appointments. --A telegraphic dispatch from Washington says that commissions have been issued to the following named gentlemen under recent appointments: Colonels George W. Culium and Schuyler Hamilton, lately attached to Gen. Scott's staff, to be Brigadier, Generals of volunteers, to report to Gen. Halleck. Captain Jesse L. Reno, of the regular army, Charles C. Huger, George W. Morgan, J. Stahl, and Col. Philip St. George Cook, also to be Brigadier-Generals of volunteers, to report to Gen. McClellan. Wm. Powell Mason, appointed aide-de-camp to Gen. McClellan, with the rank of captain. Capt. A. J. Halleck, appointed an aid to Gen. Halleck, with the rank of captain. James B. McPherson to be Lieut.-Col., to report to Gen. Halleck. The following Assistant Inspectors General have been appointed with the rank of Major: Captains Nelson H. Davis, Roger Jones, John Buford, and Absolom Baird, to report to General McClellan, and Captain Jame
battling with error and the works of Satan, in the pulpit, in the social circle, among strangers and friends, and by the wayside; using his ready pen, too, when stopping awhile to rest. Still he is strong and vigorous in his ripening years, and a most effective laborer in the harvest field of human souls. A presentation will take place to-day on Academy Square. A beautiful "flag of the South" will be presented to the 16th Regiment Virginia volunteers, commanded by Col. Colston. Major-General Huger will participate in the ceremonies. The regiment is expected in town at half past 11 o'clock. Among the many misrepresentations made by those enemies of the South who have been allowed to go to the North from this city by flag of truce, is a statement that our city is under the control of Col. Pryor and Captain Milligan, who have established a sort of oligarchy, which is oppressing the people. A greater falsehood never was uttered. Col. Pryor's regiment is in another part of t