Camp 179. Booneville, Miss.; D. T. Beall, com.
Camp 180. Macon, Miss.; H. W. Toote, corn.
Camp 181. Richmond, Va.; Gen. Alex. W. Archer, com.
Camp 182. Monroe, La.; W. R. Roberts, corn.
Camp 183. Oakley, La.; W. S. Peck, corn Va.; H. M. Miller, com.; med. offi., W. C. Nunn, June 1, 1861-5, colonel; members, 41; disabled, 1; deaths, 1; Home, Richmond, Va.
Camp 185. Campbell, Texas; R. W. Ridley, com. Camp 186. Winchester, Ky.; B. F. Curtis, corn.
Camp 202. Alma, Ark.; James S. Smith, com.
Camp 203. Hope, Ark.; N. W. Stewart, com.
Camp 204. Richmond, Va.; R. N. Northen, corn.; med. offi., J. C. Hillsman, 1861, surgeon; members, 148; disabled, 4; indigent, 4; deaths, 6. bers, 117; disabled, 3; deaths, 6; Home, Little Rock, Ark.
Camp 214. Danville, Ky.; E. M. Green, com.
Camp 215. Richmond, Va.; James Tevis, com.
Camp 216. Fayetteville, Ark.; T. M. Gunter, com.
Chifley, Fla.; S. M. Robinson, c
A desperate dash.
[from the Richmond (Va.) dispatch, January 2, 1894.]
Capture and Reoccupation of the Howlett House in 1864.
The gallant achievement of Crs.
On the 16th day of June, 1864, when Grant's flank movement across the James river threatened Petersburg, and it was found necessary to send forces to defend t short time the entire line of defence—reaching from Howlett's house, on the James river, to the Appomattox—was left exposed and defenceless.
To fill this gap and rvision, in General R. H. Anderson's Corps, was hastened to the south side of James river, and advanced down the turnpike towards Chester station and Petersburg, withr station and Bermuda Hundreds, and nearly opposite to the Howlett House, on James river, a halt was made, and an order given for a skirmish line to be thrown out onof Petersburg along the pike and railroad.
The space between the pike and James river over which Morrison's men had to advance was broken surface, and heavily woo