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The Daily Dispatch: may 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], Hessians Committing suicide. (search)
Movement of troops in Georgia. Augusta, April 29. --The following companies of the Third and Fourth Regiments of Georgia are now at and passing through Augusta for Virginia: The Baldwin Blues, Capt. George Doles, 76, rank and file; Twiggs Volunteers Capt. Jas. Folsom, 74; Brown Rifles, Capt. R. B. Nisbot, 75; Home Guards, Capt. James S. Reid, 81; Southern Rifles Captain B. Colley, as; Lagrange Light Guards, Captain E. S. Smith, 85 West Point Guards, Captain J. J. Matthews, 80; Glover Guards, Capt. George T. Bartlett, 83; Young Guards, Capt. A. H. Lee, 87; Sumter Light Guards, Capt. W. L. Johnson, 83; Albany Guards, Capt. Y. G. Rust, 79; Dawson Graye, Capt. R. L. McWhorter, 80; Confederate Light Guard, Capt. E. J. Walker, 81; Athena Guard, Capt. Henry G. Bellups, 60; Barke Guard, Capt. W. C. Musgrave, 84; Wilkinson Rifles, Capt. William O. 78; Blodget Volunteers, Capt. Foster Blodget Jr., 96. [The last two companies reached Richmond yesterday.]
The Daily Dispatch: may 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Blockading service. (search)
Military Election. --The Third Regiment of Georgia Volunteers, at Portsmouth, have elected the following Staff officers: Colonel --Private A. R. Wright of the Confederate Light Guard, of Augusta; Lieut. Colonel--James S. Raid, of Madison, Ga., Captain of Home Guard; Major — A. H. Lee, Captain of the Young Guard, Covington, Ga.