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The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
t, Private Thomas Flowers, John G. Wells, Hodge Bass, Wiley Stott, Raiford Fulgham, John Renike, Charles Maddry, Simeon Moore. Co. C. Private Furney Harald. Co. D. Sergeant Benj. A. Howard, Mus'n James T. Edmunson, Private John W. Fort, Franklin Webb, William J. L. Myers, Private Harris Lamb, Leary B. Lamb, William Mumford, James T. Mitchell. Co. E. Sergeant L. R. Colley, L. W. Hackett, Private John Sills, John T. Warren. Co. F. Sergeant Daniel Lane, Mus'n David Johnson, Private James Brinkley, Lewis G. Taylor, Private John A. Poteat, Erasmus F. Page, Robert J. Flake. Co. G. Private John Saunders, Stephen Alligood, Private H. H. Young. Co. H. Private Jacob Williams, Robert Williams, Private Warren Corbitt, William B. Pike. Co. I. Private George W. Fulgham, John Austin, Private David Powers, Alexander Powell. [48] James T. Scales, Major Commanding. Fourth North Carolina Regiment. Field,
The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
--Considering the brightness with which the moon was shining, and the early hour at which the deed was committed, one of the boldest attempts at garroting was made in this city on Wednesday night of which we have ever had any knowledge. As Mr. Daniel Lane, a worthy citizen of Powhatan county, was on his way to his boarding house about 9 o'clock on the night in question he discovered at the corner of Cary and 12th streets three or four men in close conversation; but thinking nothing of their a flight; but whether the effect of Mr. L.'s ball was of a serious character, we have not been able to learn, as he himself concluded to follow suit, and soon cleared himself of the vicinity in which the bold attempt had been made upon his life. Mr. Lane had on his person about $400, and as this money was drawn from bank during the day there is very little doubt that the thieves had kept their eyes on him from the time of his arrival in the city, thus obtaining an acquaintance with his business