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The Daily Dispatch: October 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], The late engagement at Lewinsville — a Correction. (search)
The Richmond Grays. --In consequence of the resignation of Third Lieutenant Harrison. of the Grays, it became necessary to fill the vacancy, and an election was held for that purpose at their headquarters, in Norfolk, a few days ago. Mr. E. W. Branch, the accomplished Orderly of the company, was chosen unanimously on the first ballot; and the following non commissioned officers were subsequently elected: Geo. W. Libby, 1st Sergeant; Jas. E. Tyler, 2d Sergeant; R. B. Pickett, 3d Sergeant; Cyrus Bossieux, 4thSergeant; Robert Mayo. Jr., 5th Sergeant; J. c. Maben, 1st Corporal: Robert Heth. 2d Corporal; Wm. S. Woodson. 3d Corporal; James E. Phillips, 4th Corporal. The Grays congratulate them selves that they have the best set of officers in the army, and could they be transferred to their proper place, with the First Regiment. on the Potomac, their highest desire would be gratified. An order, however, had been issued for their removed to the entrenched camp, below Norfolk, and
For Hire. --A No. 1 cook, (with one child three years old,) for the balance of the year. Apply at the office of Maj W G Ferguson, corner of 15th and Cary streets. R. B. Pickett. my 4--3t
For Hire --A No. 1 cook, (with one child three years old,) for the balance of the year. Apply at the Office of Maj W G Ferguson, corner of 15th and Cary streets. R. B. Pickett. my 4--3t