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The Daily Dispatch: April 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Explosion of an oil well — loss of Life and frightful Scenes. (search)
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"Never say Die." --The Lynchburg troops merit all praise for their numbers, size and strength of men good order and military discipline. One, if not all of three companies which arrived last week, brought more than the prescribed quota of men. There have been 104 of the Rifle Grays mustered into service — the highest number allowed by law. The following members of that company returned to Lynchburg on Sunday, viz: Chas. Shade, S. D. Fossee, P. H. Rourke, P. Martin, J. Strine, George Mitchell, G. L. Jessee, J. J. Smith, M. Labby, George W. Staples, John Archer Fergusson and James Hord. It is intended to organize under Lieut. Biggers a Company "B," of the Grays, including the above members, which, as soon as formed, will join their comrades in the field.