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A Roster of General Officers , Heads of Departments, Senators, Representatives , Military Organizations, &c., &c., in Confederate Service during the War between the States. (ed. Charles C. Jones, Jr. Late Lieut. Colonel of Artillery, C. S. A.) 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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   Capt. J. F. Hart   Capt.----Halsey    South CarolinaGerman [Bachman's]ArtilleryCapt. W. K. Backman    South CarolinaGerman AArtilleryCapt. Fred. Wagener    South CarolinaGerman BArtilleryCapt. Franz Melchers    South CarolinaRegularsArtilleryCapt. W. C. Preston, Jr    South CarolinaMcIntoshArtilleryCapt. McIntosh   Capt. Burnson   Capt. McIntosh    South CarolinaMarionArtilleryCapt. Edw'd L. Parker    South CarolinaLafayetteArtilleryCapt. J. T. Kanapaux    South CarolinaWashington, S. C.ArtilleryCapt. Geo. H. Walter    South CarolinaChesterfieldArtilleryCapt. Coit    South CarolinaMcBethArtilleryCapt. R. Boyce   Capt. Wm. Munro    South CarolinaWagnerArtilleryCapt. C. E. Kanapaux    South CarolinaFergusonArtilleryCapt. T. Ferguson    South CarolinaWatiesArtilleryCapt. J. W. Waties    South CarolinaBeaufortArtilleryCapt. Stephen Elliott    South CarolinaGist GuardArtilleryCapt. C. E. Chichester    South Carolin
ttack rebel batteries batteries, perfectly tight with nothing object above door, covered all over with iron, and two of guns, placed one or two rest above water. The turrets offer too large a surface. Their have not the best implements of modern warfare. The French have a projectile which goes through any iron plate, however their, at 400 yards, and explodes with force sufficient to blow up a Monitor. The New York Herald thinks the Confederates purpose to attack Norfolk, or Washington, S. C., and says there will be no excuse for Hocher if he left Lee get away at McClellan 1st Johns on get off from Manassas. It adds that the rebels, having exhausted the country between Fredericksburg and Richmond, may wisely abandon it to Hookes. "We apprehend that the War Office is still solicitous about the safety of Washington, and hesitates to make a forward movement, not so much because of the muddy roads as to get Lee back to Richmond and one of the reach of Washington." A Washi