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A correspondent writing from "Camp Qui Vive," pays a high compliment to "Bohemian"--and we take occasion to say a very just one--and asks him if he will be kind enough to give information in his next letter of the position of George M. Morgan, a lawyer from New Orleans. A gentleman from Manassas, acquainted with the Louisiana regiments, informs us that he believes Mr. Morgan is a Lieutenant in Hayes's 7th regiment, at present at Centreville. A correspondent writing from "Camp Qui Vive," pays a high compliment to "Bohemian"--and we take occasion to say a very just one--and asks him if he will be kind enough to give information in his next letter of the position of George M. Morgan, a lawyer from New Orleans. A gentleman from Manassas, acquainted with the Louisiana regiments, informs us that he believes Mr. Morgan is a Lieutenant in Hayes's 7th regiment, at present at Centreville.
not been given, so that a larger crowd could have been present. I have just seen the paragraph in the Dispatch, of the 12th, asking me to inquire for Mr. George M. Morgan, for the benefit of a correspondent at "Camp Qui Vive." Being upon the outposts, I did not see the paper until my attention was called to it this evening bm very happy to be able to assist your correspondent in any way, and shall make immediate inquires. There is an officer in Col. Hays' 7th Regiment by the name of Morgan, but his initials are, if I am correctly informed, T. S, instead of G. M. He was a Lieutenant in one of the companies, but has recently been elected Captain. Perofficer in Col. Hays' 7th Regiment by the name of Morgan, but his initials are, if I am correctly informed, T. S, instead of G. M. He was a Lieutenant in one of the companies, but has recently been elected Captain. Perhaps Lieut. Morgan may drop me a note upon the subject, to the "care of Telegraph Office, Manassas." Bohemian.
In answer to the interrogatory from Camp "Qui-Vive," we learn that Capt. Geo. M. Morgan is 1st Quartermaster of the 1st Louisiana Volunteers, stationed at Norfolk, and that he has gone to New Orleans on furlough.
The Daily Dispatch: December 24, 1861., [Electronic resource], [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] (search)
All right. --We are gratified to learn that the desired information concerning Captain Geo. M. Morgan, furnished by our correspondent "Bohemian," has "proved decidedly acceptable to a refugee friend." We learn this from the gentleman who called the attention of "Bohemian" to the subject, who expresses his gratitude to our correspondent for his attention in this matter, and his admiration of him generally, in a very emphatic manner,