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Our Correspondence.from the Northwesta reconnaissance and retreat — health of soldiers &c Camp Bartow, Green brier River,Pocahontas co.Va., Sept, 17, 1861, On the 19th inst., five regiments from Gen. Jackson's command--Cols. Rust's, Johnson's, Scott's, Hansborough's, and Fullerton's --left Camp Bartow, ostensibly for the purpose of reinforcing Gen. Lee, who, report said, was about closing in on the Yankees at Huttonsville. After a few hours' march, however, by the Huntersville roa
r blankets, and occasionally a knapsack.
We could take nothing with us to eat except in our haversacks, and, this giving out, we were forced to return without doing any considerable damage, except by fright.
On the same day, (the 12th) General Jackson approached them via the Parkersburg and Staunton turnpike, and, had his Artillery--four small pieces — unfortunately not been damaged, we would have made an attack from opposite points simultaneously.--We are now closing in on them, and scou
The Daily Dispatch: September 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], A singular charge (search)
Relief Society. To the Editors of the Dispatch: The ladies of Lunenburg Court-House and vicinity have organized themselves into an Aid Society, principally for the relief of the sick and wounded soldiers. The following officers were unanimously elected: President.--Mrs. Mary H. Eanes. Vice President.--Mrs. Martha Hatchett. Managers.--Mrs. Mary Woodson, Mrs. Nannies Cardozo, Mrs. Jennies Webb, Mrs. Emma Atkinson, Mrs. Mary Lear, Mrs. Fannie Merryman, Mrs. Margaret Jackson, Mrs. Louisa Smith, Miss Mary Wilson, Miss Martha Shackleton, Miss Jennie Hatchett, Miss Pattie Bragg. Treasurer.--Mrs. Martha Tisdale. Secretary.--Miss Rosa H. Cardozo. Assistant Secretary.--Miss Rosa Hatchett. Any lady making a contribution to the Society can become a member. Petersburg Express please copy.