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The Daily Dispatch: February 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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e, Marshall, and Turpin, 12th Georgia regiment, deserve particular mention for their good conduct. Lieut., Col. Boykin, commanding 31st Virginia volunteers, his officers and men, deserve my thanks for their unflinching courage throughout the struggle. This regiment suffered severely. Lieutenants Poothman, J. Johnson, McNewman, J. B. Philips, all wounded, deserve honorable mention. Capt. Thompson, 31st Virginia, deserves special notice. Adjutant Morgen, Lieutenants son, Haymond, Sergeants Jarvis, Ra Pots. Collings, Musgrave, and Green, Hansborough's battalion, are favorably mentioned by their commander. My command consisted of the 12th Georgia regiment, under the immediate command of Lieut., Col. E. T. Connor; 52d Virginia, Majors Ross's, Hansborough's, and Reader's; 31st Virginia., Lieut. Col. Boykin; "Lee Battery" of artillery, four pieces, Capt. P. B. Anderson; Captain Miller's battery, four pieces; a detachment of Pittsylvania cavalry, Lieut. Dabney The artillery was
Runaway --$25 reward will be paid for the apprehension and delivery in Mr. Grady's Jail of a negro Man named Job. It is supposed he is attending in some of the military camps near the city, and at night in Screamersville. He is small of stature; black whiskers; usually wears a blue overcoat and black beaver, or silk hat. J. L. Apperson, Adm'r of fe 1--6t Wm Jarvis, dec'd.