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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
. A. Gill, N. Hinton, W. T. Lunceford, W. J. Partridge, T. J. Prather, D. A. Russell, G. B. Rhodes, M. L. Stribling, N. Scott, L. P. Wheatley, J. W. Woodruff. Co. B. 1st Sergeant T. J. Cothron. 2d Sergeant J. T. Holbrook. 5th Sergeant Jonathan Adams. 4th Corporal A. P. Carson. Private A. C. Ayers, G. T. Brown, H. M. Childs, A. L. Carson, Thos. Cary, J. O. Davis, W. T. Doyle, W. S. Edwards, N. J. Holbrook, Private Kendrick Hill, J. Hembell, Jno. S. Jones, Jno. James, Downs Knight, T. A. McFarland, J. T. Morris, W. T. Mitchell, B. W. Mauldin, J. B. Payne, J. C. Stovall, W. T. Sewell, Jno. Flangue. Co. C. 2d Sergeant J. M. Hudson, 2d Corporal W. T. Clark, 4h Corporal J. S. Tate, Private J. L. Anderson, Wm. H. Bullard, N. B. Cosby, Private Manuel Franklin, M. L. Heard, E. C. Holbrook, W. D. Hubbard, J. W. Lovingood, J. W. McLanahan, Private J. H. Cosby, D. C. Cosby, A. V. Colwell, Henry Colwell, Edmund Colwell, S
her cause. Not many weeks ago the good and patriotic ladies of old Gloucester presented to the Gloucester Artillery, a company usually called the "Red Shirts," a beautiful and costly Confederate flag, bearing also on its simple folds the inscription of the Virginia flag. It was delivered on behalf of the ladies, by Mr. Perrin Kemp, now of the Lee Rangers, with a very elaborate and well digested address, which exhibited considerable ability and political knowledge. It was received by Mr. James. N. Stubbs, with a very concise and appropriate speech, who manifested by his eloquence that he was ready at all hazards to defend that flag from the polluted hands of the Northern vandals. On last Saturday our battery received two flags from the kind ladies of your city--one a Confederate and the other a Virginia flag; fit emblems of the patriotism of the donors, who, if they cannot admonish and encourage us by their words, still do so by their presents. Our troops are in fine s
A Handsome flag. -- Two ladies (Mrs. Jno. James and Mrs. Pendleton--have arrived in Richmond from Baltimore, bringing with them a beautiful flage of the confederate States, which is to be presented to the Perrett Guards, of New Orleans, now encamped at Grove Wharf.Ȅ Mrs. James, who presents the flag, has four sons in the SoutMrs. James, who presents the flag, has four sons in the Southern Army, two of whom are member of the above-named Company. She experienced many difficulties in her Journey hither; but, with woman's inventive resources, managed to keep the flage concealed, and arrived in safety. We are glad to chronicle this additional instance of patriotism on the part of the ladies of Baltimore. The flaof heavy blue and gold bullion. In a circle of fifteen stars is the inscription — Presented by the ladies of Baltimore to the Perrett Guards, of New Orleans.-- Mrs. James, accompanies by party of friends, will go down to the encampment to-day and present the flage in person. The Guards are connected with Col. Hunt's Fifth Louisi
Escaped from my custody, in this city on the afternoon of 26th July, 1861 James'o. Davis, at present on trial at Louisa Court-House on a charge of defrauding Mrs. Mills of two slaves. Davis was brought to Richmond on a writ of habeas corpus. He hails from Memphis Tenn. Said Davis is about 5 feet 10 inches, or 6 feet in height: dark complexion, with black hair and eyes; wears a goatee; very bad teeth. Had on when last seen, black cloth coat and pants, black satin vest, and a black slouch hat. It is probable that Davis is yet in the city. A liberal reward will be paid for his apprehension and delivery to me at Louisa Court-House, or his confinement in any jail so that I can get him. Philip T. Hunt Jailer Louisa Court House. jy 22--ft*
hburg Republican writes that "God never made a braver man than Capt. Gray Latham." He noticed him frequently in the battle, and says the Latham Battery saved the 28th Regiment, (Preston's.) He believes they did as much or more execution than the famous Washington Battery. He saw one shot from Latham's Battery kill 40 men. This is the testimony of one competent to judge, and not connected with the Battery or any of its members. Seventh Virginia Regiment. The killed and wounded of Capt. James H. French's company, from the county of Giles, Va., 7th Regiment, Col. James L. Kemper: Killed.--Edward Bane. Wounded.--Lloyd Fry, Harvey Bane, Stuart Johnson, William Lewey, Mr. Lee, (son of Rev. J. B. Lee, of the Baptist Church,) Samuel Shannen and Lewis Skenes. The Botetourt troops. The Valley Sentinel says that out of some four hundred Botetourt men upon the field, young Calvin Utz is the only one that is certainly known to have been killed. He was struck in the hea