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The Daily Dispatch: may 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], From
Patrol appointed. --The County Court of Henrico yesterday appointed, for a term not exceeding three months the following persons to act as a patrol in the county of Henrico, to wit: N. F. Bowe, Captain; A. L. Holladay, 1st Lieutenant; G. Alberget, 2d Lieutenant; Peter Newman, 1st Sergeant; Jali Taylor, 2d Sergeant. Privates — S. Lovingston, Jo. Kirsh, J. A. Lacy, J. R. Lacy, H. Hechiler, S. Hilstern, Wm Cullingsworth, H. J. Christian, L. Chamberlain, M. Altmeyer, A. W. West, Jno. P. Taylor, Thos J. Taylor. C. Hartman. N. Bowe, H. Davis. T. Huffman, Jno. A. Chevallie, R. W. Allen, W. T. Linsey. The Patrol are required to visit and patrol within the county aforesaid, twice a week, all negro quarters and other places suspected of having therein unlawful assemblies of such slaves as may stroll from one plantation to another without permission. The service to be performed by them to be free of cost to the county.