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The Daily Dispatch: may 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], Crinoline Catastrophes. (search)
South Carolina volunteers. --The Brooks Guards, a very fine body of men from glorious little South Carolina, made their appearance in our midst yesterday, and were warmly welcomed, as they deserved to be. The Guards, who are fully armed and ready for instant service, number 78 men, and are commanded by Capt. A. Barnwell Rhett. They were received at the Petersburg depot by the Palmetto Guard, with their band, and escorted (after passing through various streets, where both companies received much admiration for their soldierly appearance) to the camp near the Trotting Course.