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Roster corrections.—General Lane calls attention to the fact that our types in the April number made us change into Coward the name of the gallant Colonel, R. V. Cowan, of the Thirty-Third North Carolina, whose death since the war has been so widely lamented by old comrades and friends.
The following makes important corrections in the artillery organization Army of Tennessee, which we take pleasure in publishing:
Feagan's, Houston Co., Ga., April 7. 1884. Rev. J. William Jones. Richmond, Va.:
Dear Sir,—In review