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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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der are in the army. The Grand Division severed entirely their connection with the organization at the North Steps were taken for the organization of a Southern National Division. The following delegates were appointed to meet delegates from other Southern States in Convention in Nashville: J. R. Lewellen, Daniel Dodson, Thomas J. Evans, Dr. W. W. Carrington, W. R. Drinkard, N. A. Sturdivant, Geo. A. Bruce, John Long, Dr. P. Trent, John W. Paulett, John W. Fergusson, A. Alexander, Jas. Wm. Morgan, John A. Jefferson. Steps were taken to promote temperance in the army. The following officers were elected for the present year: J. Richard Lewellen, of Petersburg, G. W. P. Jno. W. Paulett, of Wytheville, G. W. A. T. J. Evans, of Richmond, G. S. J. W. Fergusson, of Richmond, G. T. A. S. Lee, of Richmond, G. C. R. L. Jones, of Chesterfield, G. S. Rev. Jno. A. Jefferson, of Petersburg, G. C. The address of the G. W. P. is Craney Island.
Latest intelligence from the Army of the Valley. Through a gentleman just from the headquarters of Major-General Jackson, (Stonewall,) we have obtained a summary of the latest and most authentic intelligence of the operations and condition of the Army of the Valley. The troops are in fine health and spirits, although the sick list has been considerable increased by the late severe march into Morgan. For four days the weather was very wintry and transportation difficult, from snow and ice. As one of the results of this almost impracticable transportation, many of the troops were for many hours without food, and had to bivouac in the snow, without tents and blankets. Still their ardor and patriotism continued unabated through all these hardships. When Gen. Jackson left Winchester the entire county of Morgan was in the possession and under the control of the enemy.--They extended their forays even to the Frederick line, plundering and destroying the property of our frien