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The Daily Dispatch: January 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
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ols, 5.00; Henry Fraeling, 5.00 Archie Scott, 5.00; James Shaughnessay, 5.00; John Devlin, 5.00; Benjamin White, 5.00; James C. Hamilton, 5.00; Daniel Corcoran, 5.00; John Cotter, 5.00; Daniel Ryan, 5.00; Henry Wilcox, 5.00; John Riggs, 5.00; C. M. Johnson, 5.00; John Reynolds, 5.00; Wm. Lithgo, 5.00; James Shenan, 5.00. Camp Wise, December, 1861. To James Burns, Tiger Rifles, New Orleans: Sir --We, the undersigned, members of the Ben McCulloch Rangers, do hereby sympathize with yo J. F. Fitzsimonds, 1.00; A. F. Allison, 1.00; G. W. Brown, 1.00; J. Brinker, 1.00; G. R. Blake, 1.00; Wm. Canagay, 3.00; Cummins, 1.00; Calleen, 1.00; Christison, 3.00; Desmond, 1.00; Dotson, 1.35; Gallager, 4.00; Harmman, 1.70; Hutchinson, 70; Johnson, 3.00; Herndon, 1.00; Hislop, 3.00; Holley, 5.00; Higgs, 2.20; Irick, 1.35; Jenkins, 3.00; John Lewis, 8.00; McMullin, 1.00; Brobeck, 1.00; Morrison, 5.00; James McNoon, 10.00; Henry Maguire, 10.00; Ed. Thompson, 5.00; Frank Rea, 3.00; Chas. Ree
From Kentucky. Governor Johnson's proclamation — Expulsion of Southern members from the Bogus Legislature, &c. Nashville, Jan. 2. --Mr. Johnson, the Provisional Governor of Kentucky, has issued a proclamation announcing that an election will be held on the 22d inst. for Representatives to the Permanent CongressMr. Johnson, the Provisional Governor of Kentucky, has issued a proclamation announcing that an election will be held on the 22d inst. for Representatives to the Permanent Congress at Richmond. The election will be by general ticket. The Kentucky House of Representatives, at Frankfort, have expelled several members for alleged complicity with rebels. Under the confiscation act of the Kentucky Legislature, the Frankfort authorities have attached the property of Gen. Buckner, Wm. Preston, and Edward--It is reported here that Gen. Pillow resigned his command at Columbus, a few days ago, and has gone home. [Second Dispatch.] Nashville, Jan. 2. --Gen. Johnson has called on the Provisional Government of Kentucky for 30,000 troops, to serve one or three years. It is understood when two or more brigades are mustered in
f beyond the enemy's fires, but by great coolness and presence of mind he extricated himself, and joined his regiment that night. my thanks are due to my adjutant General, Capt. Brien; my aid, Chiswell Dabney, Jr., Lieuts. Throckmorton, and Johnson, of the Fairfax cavalry; Lieut. Jackson, aid to Gen. Jones, Volunteers for the occasion, for valuable services on the field. Lieut. Throckmorton accompanied Capt. Pitzer, and was conspicuously useful during the day; and Lieut. Johnson was of grLieut. Johnson was of great service to me. Corporal Henry Hagan, of First Virginia cavalry, was of great service in showing the First Kentucky regiment its position in line, and proved himself on this, as on every other occasion, worthy of a commission. Raymond Burke, chief bugler Steele; privates Lewis, Barnes, Harris, Barton, Landsireet, Routh, Brigman, Thompson, and Carroll, of my escort, deserve my thanks for their promptness and accuracy in conveying orders and instructions. had we effected the safety of our