A, Richmond Grays, Captain C. Gray Bossieux, Lieutenants Goode and Jeter; 32 men.
Company B, Walker Light Guard, Captain Frank W. Cunningham, and Lieutenants Haverty, Russell, and Hinchman; 40 men.
Company D, Old Dominion Guards, Captain Charles Gasser, and Lieutenants Crawford and Stringer; 55 men.
Company C, Guard of the Commonwealth, Captain George B. Shackelford, and Lieutenants Halstead and Morris; 40 men.
Company F, Captain George Wayne Anderson, and Lieutenants Mills and Paynter; 56 men.
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The third section of the infantry was occupied by a special formation from the Second and Fourth regiments of this State and some of the visiting troops.
Lieutenant-Colonel Pole was in command of this regiment, which was made up as follows:
Company D, Monticello Guard, Captain J. S. Keller, and Lieutenants Wingfield and Conlon; 40 men.
Company D, of the Fourth Regiment, Captain G. W. Hope.
Company G, of the Second Regiment, commanded by L