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The Daily Dispatch: April 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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. King; Sergeant Major, James H. Boole; Chaplain, Rev. Dr. Martin. Lines. Company G.--Atlantic Artillery--Captain, James E. Manney; First Lieutenants, Walter Pender, E. R. Walker; Second Lieutenant, John W. Robertson. Company H--Old Topsall Rifles--Captain, Stephen D. Pool; First Lieutenants, John C. Manson, Joseph P.omptings of disappointed ambition, and the pressure of circumstances, deserted his principles, and organising a company of men, entered the rebel service. Lieut Pender is a son of the proprietor of the new deserted Atlantic Hotel of this place, who was the first man to enter Fort Macon with an armed body of men, and take possession of it in the name of the State of North Carolina. He (Pender, Sr.,) organised a company and flourished about with it considerably, until some unpleasant charges regarding the abstraction of silverware from a steamer then in the port were brought against him, when he was court-martialed, tried, and dismissed the service in d