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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
ate A. Campbell. Co. E. 1st Sergeant T. Yarborough, 2d Sergeant T. C. Eubanks, 3d Sergeant G. W. Short, Corporal Wm. Elliott, Private B. E. Mangum, W. M. Osborn, Thomas Parker, Samuel Rape, Private W. G. Elliott, S. S. Funderburk, Jno. J. Griffin, Sam. Holden, J. R. Lathan, Private J. W. Short, J. E. Short, W. P. Smith, C. R. Smith, J. A. Griffin. Co. F. Private Wm. De Laney, James C. Harget, George A. Givens, Hogan Irby, Private A. H. Richardson, Jno. Richardson, Wm. Vickery, E. W. Watson. Co. G. 2d Sergeant H. C. Clegg, Corporal A. Gilmore, Private W. Beal, Jas. Tooshee, B. F. Heddin, Private John Hart, Jourdan Johnson, Jesse Johnson, E. Pipkin. Co. H. 3d Sergeant A. W. Clodfelter, Corporal D. Embler, H. Easter, Private A. S. Bryan, J. R. Ellis, Levi Floyd, Reuben Grimes, Private W. L. Grimes, Noah Horn, Wm. Hill, A. Leonard, B. F. Lamberth, J. W. Low, Frank Ball. Co. I. 4th Sergeant W. L. Fish
standing, and soldiery qualities of its officers so marked, that the readers of the Dispatch will not object to seeing a complete list of field, staff, and company officers: Col., W. D. Stuart; Lieut. Col., P. Slaughter; Major, W. F., Green; Adjutant, E. B. Goode; Surgeon, Marion Howard; Assistant Surgeon, R. M. Evans; Quartermaster, R. B. Patterson; Commissary, R. C. Nicholas; Captain Company "A," T. T. Boswell; "B," G. W. Davis; "C, " T. Smith; "D," C. Patterson; "E," J. Taylor; "F," Jno. Richardson; "G," T. D. Jeffress; "H,"--Michie; "J," Jno. T. Palmer; "K," D. C. Harrison. To enumerate the other officers and privates would take up more space than you could spare, though not more than they deserve; for they are all as brave and glorious a set of fellows as ever breathed Virginia air. I cannot perform a more acceptable service to the country readers of the Dispatch, particularly those who live in good old Mecklenburg, than to jot down my observations as to that very sc
Presentments. --The grand jury of the Confederate District Court assembled yesterday at 12 o'clock, and found two bills of indictment against an Italian calling himself Jno. Richardson, alias Richards, alias Louis Napoleon, for larceny, forgery, and counterfeiting. The cases against the other parties will come before the grand jury to-day. It is proper to say that Louis Napoleon is regarded as the ringleader of the whole party.