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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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Doc. 180.-Second Regiment N. Y. S. M. The following are the officers:-- Col., S. W. B. Tompkins; Lieut.-Col., John H. Wilcox;. Major, J. J. Dimock; Adjutant, A. V. Rea; Special Aid, Capt. Joseph Byrne; Quartermaster, H. R. Foote; Assistant Quartermaster, Clinton Berry; Surgeon, Alfred Powell; Assistant Surgeon, George Ferguson; Commissary,------Coffin; Ordnance officer, John Armour; Paymaster, W. H. Newman: Captain of Engineers, E. H. Sage; Chaplain, W. H. Reynolds; Acting Chaplain, Alfred Stevens. The Company officers are:-- Company A--Captain Graham; 1st Lieut., Henry A. Maxwell; 2d Lieut., Julius Hart. Company B--Captain Reed; 1st Lieut., Thomas W. Baird; 2d Lieut., Richard Campbell. Company C--Captain Sted; 1st Lieut., John Bookhout; 2d Lieut.,------Robinson. Company D--Captain Kennedy; 1st Lieut., John Vaughan; 2d Lieut., not appointed. Company E--Captain Houston; 1st Lieut., Robert Burns; 2d Lieut., John Murray. Company F--Captain Brady; 1st Lieut., J.
any, a United States cavalry company, a company of United States artillery, (two pieces,) the Putnam Rifles, the Turner Rifles, National Rifles, Metropolitan Rifles, and company F, Union Volunteers; while company E, Washington Light Infantry, (Capt. Powell's Zouaves,) and the Constitutional Guards, occupied the Virginia end of the bridge. A full moon looked peacefully down, and perfect quiet reigned on all the neighboring shores. But this was to give place very speedily to more stirring movements. Somewhat after midnight Capt. Smead's company, the National Rifles, and Capt. Powell's company were advanced across the bridge to the neighborhood of Roach's Spring. Scouts were sent out in all directions, who managed to get past the line of the Virginia pickets. Somewhat later the Virginia pickets, getting the alarm, set spurs to their horses and made off down the road towards Alexandria in hot haste. The Constitutional Guards, Capt. Digges, about eighty strong, were on duty over t