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The Daily Dispatch: June 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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rian Church, the other the Rev, Mr. Barnes, of the Methodist Church--the whole amounting to about 300 men; and five gentlemen in the county have 20 so is in the field: L. E, Harvie, Esq.,4; Mr. Taylor, 4; Mr. Ryall, 4, Mr. Kitt Roberts, 4; and Capt Jackson will have 4 as soon as his son, Dr Jackson, recovers from a broken hand and joins his company. I think these facts are worthy of record, and may stimulate other counties to do likewise. The citizens of the county and the County Court togetheDr Jackson, recovers from a broken hand and joins his company. I think these facts are worthy of record, and may stimulate other counties to do likewise. The citizens of the county and the County Court together have subscribed over $10,000 for their equipment and support of their families. P. S.--Yesterday afternoon a hardy looking company of Irishmen, sixty-three strong, arrived in town from Shenandoah county, under the command of Capt. Sybert, of New Market. They are handsomely uniformed, (grey) Success to our adopted sons from the Emerald isle. Not one man has died at the hospital in this place. The Lord of Hosts is with them. Frederick.