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The Daily Dispatch: may 20, 1862., [Electronic resource], "Disloyal" Episcopalians in
The Loudoun Artillery. This distinguished corps is new not far from Richmond, just returned from the Peninsula. It has left home and friends, and all that is dear in life, now in the hands of the enemy, and is eagerly awaiting the moment to take part in vindicating the honor and liberties of the country. They did good service at the battle of Manassas, and were noticed especially by Gen. Beauregard in his report. We learn that new elections have been made, and that Capt. Arthur Les Rogers has been re-elected Captain of the battery. The following is a list of the other officers of the company! Rilton M. Rogers, 1st Lieutenant; Samuel B. Whitmore, 2d Lieutenant; John M. Adrain, Junior Second Lieutenant; Lieutenant Jas. M. Mason, Jr., Engineer; L. W. Nizon, Orderly Sergeant; Francis W. Powell, Jr., 2d Sergeant.