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The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
Hunter, Private V. A. Hansworth, G. A. Newman, M. D. Proctor, H. D. Roach, R. H. Rogers, A. H. Thomson, J. W. Tyler, M. V. Wayland, J. G. Williams. Co. B. Private C. H. Wager, H. Doores, Private W. D. Colvin, J. R. Tapp. Co. C. 2d Sergeant H. G. Goodman, Private C. R. Corder, J. C. Edwards, G. W. Meade, Private R. N. Meade, J. H. Mahanes, J. A. Roades, J. J. Tyler. Co. D. 1st Sergeant J. W. Baker, Private W. J. Smith, J. W. Smith, Private R. W. Eddins, N. Johnson, J. W. Valentine. Co. E. Private W. P. Burton, Private J. L. Hefflin. Co. F. 2d Sergeant R. N. Herndon, Private C. B. Bledsoe, Thos. Dowlin, J. E. Gay, Private J. B. Herndon, J. H. Lucas, T. A. Ship. Co. I. Private J. S. Poland, B. Brooks, Private H. Terry. [52] Co. K. Private B. F. Maloney. Geo. Cullen, Capt. Commanding. Thirty-First Virginia Infantry. Field and Staff. J. Ed. Hall, Acting Adj't. Non-Commissioned Staff. Quarter-Master Sergean
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
e J. H. Buffington, Private D. F. Barton, Josiah Pethell, J. M. Tripp. Co. D. Private Samuel Lesser, Private W. H. Cook. Co. E. Sergeant Benjamin Atwood, Private John Dixon, Private W. T. Green, R. J. Helmly. Co. F. Corporal R. R. Stone, Private C. C. Bowden, Private J. W. Wright. Co. G. Private Wm. Drawdy, Dempsy Griffin, Private L. J. Strickland. Co. H. Private James Glissin, A. J. Lee, Private B. J. Waters. Co. I. Private Jas. Edmondston, Private Nicholas Johnson. Co. K. Corporal B. J. Sims, Private W. J. Butler, Private D. W. Proctor, J. C. Proctor, Private J. M. Davis, Private W. C. Smith, R. E. Dugger, Warren Shuman, C. G. Johnson, W. J. Warwell. J. K. Orendorff, Total: Officers, 3; enlisted men, 39; aggregate, 42. (Signed) [Paroles signed by Capt. W. M. Burroughs, Seventh Georgia Cav.] W. M. Burroughs, Capt. Commanding Seventh Regiment Georgia Cav. Detailed men employed in Qartermaster's Dept., Gary's Cav.
ssioners to President and seceding States; for the relief of Geo. W. Tucker, of Halifax co. Resolutions.--The following resolutions of inquiry were offered: By Mr. Hoffman, of refunding excess of merchants license improperly paid; by Mr. Barbour, of relieving the Sheriff of Culpeper from certain fines, &c.; by Mr. Richardson, of allowing two military companies in Wheeling to form a battalion; by Mr. McDowell, of changing the times of holding the Circuit Court in the 14th district; by Mr. Johnson, of providing that suggestions may be sued out by and be returned before a Justice, &c.; by Mr. Davis, of amending the law in reference to damages against Sheriffs; by Mr. Ballard, of giving holders of land under patent an absolute title after ten years possession and paying taxes. Bills Reported.--To provide for taking the sense of the voters of Marshall county on opening and keeping in repair roads in said county; for the relief of John Robinson, free negro, of Buckingham county; f
chland, Va. 19. W. Davis Chapman, Gloucester, Va. 20. Powhatan B. Moore, Hanover, Va. 21. Richard A. Christian, Middlesex, Va. 22. John B. Coakley, Stafford, Va. 23. Edmund P. Taylor, Caroline, Va. 24. John C. Griffin, Southampton, Va. 25. James B. Gardner, Hanover, Va. 26. Benj. C. Maxwell, Henrico, Va. 27. Edward D. Snead, Johnston, N. C. 28. Milton A. Ish, Fairfax, Va. 29. Adolphus E. Smith, Wake. N. C. 30. John G. Trevilian, Goochland, Va. 31. Nicholas Johnson, Louisa, Va. 32. Robert S. Ellis, Jr., Orange, Va. 33. Henry H. Turner, Isle of Wight, Va. 34. Robert E. Moore, Wythe, Va. 35. Seabrook Jenkins, Colleton Dist., S. C. 36. Geo. E. Waller, Henry, Va. 37. Henry C. Reamey, Henry, Va. 38. Wm. P. Campbell, Monroe, Va. 39. Thos. A. Bohanon, Madison, Va. 40. Henry E. Jennings, Halifax, Va. 41. R. Heber Goods, Bedford, Va. 42. J. McCabe Horner, Chesterfield. Va. 43. Cyrus Doggett. Jr., Gloucester, Va. 44
The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], Courtesies to Messrs. Crittenden and Johnson. (search)
Courtesies to Messrs. Crittenden and Johnson. --The Cincinnati City Council has adopted a resolution unanimously inviting Mr. Crittenden and Andrew Johnson to accept the hospitalities of the city on their return home, and to address the citizens of Cincinnati.