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The Daily Dispatch: May 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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rcy. Such was one of the many "affairs," as called, that almost daily occurred on the line of works from river to river; but although always ending as brilliantly to our arms, I have never seen any note of such events, except in the lying bulletins of the " Chief," McClellan. Such an army as confronted the foe on our whole line was never seen before by us; and more gallant, enduring, cheerful, and cashing troops, never upon the tented field than those who, under the calm, far-seeing Johnson, the onslaught of the Northern hordes under McClellan. They came not, however, but shrunk back to their transects, afraid of the phantom their own despoints had created.--With regiments of picked sharpshooters, armed with rifles having telescopic sights, they mourned their ponderous field and breastworks along their whole line, afraid to come forth in the open field and accept the gauge frequently proffered by the forces, comment to skulk like assessing and kill by twos and threes. With
The Alexandria Rifles. This gallant company suffered severely in the fight of Monday last near Williamsburg. The company is composed of most excellent fighting material, and distinguished itself at the battle of Bull Bun on the 18th of July last. A member of the company who was in the fight of Monday furnishes us with the following list of casualties sustained: Killed.--Capt. John Humphreys, privates Engene Fairfax, Francis Acbott. John P. Thompson. Mortally Wounded.--James H. McVeigh, Samuel Paul. Dangerously Wounded--John Swann; Hugh S. Hill, leg broken; James Stickrev leg broken; Charles McKnight, arm shot off; J. Conrad Johnson, wounded in the arm. John F. Addison, who belonged to the same company, who received a commission in the same regiment as 2d Lieut. three days before the fight, was also killed.
death in certain cases. The bill was read a third time, the rules being suspended for that purpose, and on motion of Mr. Johnson, passed. A bill to re-enact and amend chapter 207 of the Code of Virginia. The bill was read a third time, the rules being suspended, and passed, on motion of Mr. Johnson. A bill to amend and re-enact section 5th 2 5th chapter, Code of Virginia. On motion of Mr. Alderson, the rules were suspended, the bill was read a third time, and passed. A messe payment for the same. On motion of Mr. Thompson, the rules were suspended, and the bill read a third time, when Mr. Johnson presented a letter from the lessees of the salt works in regard to the supply of salt, which was read by the Clerk. T constitutional majority. On motion of Mr. Neeson, the bill was reconsidered and laid on the table. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the regular hour for meeting was fixed at 12 M, unless otherwise ordered by the Chair. On motion of Mr Hart, the