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se troops were relieved from service on the River Defense Fleet and ordered to report to General Van Dorn or Price, and that others be ordered to supply their place, if Commodore Montgomery so desires. These companies are commanded by Captains [Ben. Lee] Bowman, [Emmett,] MacDonald, and Harris, of artillery, and Watkins, Hunter, and Hedgepeth, of infantry. Bowman is senior captain, and your order addressed to him will be most agreeable to me. Yours, most respectfully, M. Jeff. Thompson, BrKnoxville, Tenn.: General: The Chief of Ordnance reports this morning that there are no large rifled guns now being made by the bureau and none on hand. He also reports that within a week 1,300 muskets and 200 rifles have been sent to you. General Lee desires to know whether you have received them. I am, sir, respectfully, your obedient servant, R. H. Chilton, Assistant Adjutant-General. Marietta, Miss., June 6, 1862. T. B. Roy, Assistant Adjutant-General: sir: Your squad of caval
where are they? There is the soldier who knocked me down, said the barber's boy, Edward Payne, Boston Narrative, 103; B. Lee, Trial, 69. and they began pushing one another towards the sentinel. William Parker, Trial, 77. He primed and loaded his musket. Benjamin Lee, Trial, 69. The lobster Alexander Cruikshank's Trial, 65, lobster and rascal. is going to fire, cried a boy. Waving his piece about, the sentinel pulled the trigger. Henry Knox, Boston Narrative, 101; and in Trial, 68young fellow spoke out, We will knock him down for snapping; while they whistled through their fingers and huzzaed. Benjamin Lee, Trial, 69. Stand off, said the sentry, and shouted aloud, Turn out, main guard. Benjamin Lee, Trial, 69. They are Benjamin Lee, Trial, 69. They are killing the sentinel, reported a servant from the Custom House, running to the main guard. Turn out, why don't you turn out? cried Preston, John Bulkely, Trial 69. who was Captain of the day, to the guard. He appeared in a great flutter of spir