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The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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L. Rexroad, D. C. Gibson, Jacob Arbogast, Francis M, Connelly, A. H. James, Thomas B. Johnson, Perre M. Talbot, James M. Golden, James W. Chew, 31st Va. reg. Person Whitsel, James Sowder, Elijah Tuseing, John H. Guyger, Sol. Simmons, Wm. P. Miller, McDonald's Cavalry. Jos. J. Dunn, --Va. reg. Martin Stoner, --Va. reg. James J. Blankinship, Jas. H. Hall, Wm. Paugh, Hansborough's Battalion. Hugh McGuain, 25th Va. Reg. Wm. Lanier, Wm. L. Forbort, 12th Ga. Regiment. Albert Thompson, Thomas West, James H. Alford, 31st Va. Reg. J. B. Bender, Hansborough's Bat. Jno. T. Ganaway, 50th Reg. Va. David H. Whitman, Jno. T. McClutchin, 25th Va. Reg. Solomon Rose, McDonough's Va Cavalry. D. C. Poor, Va. Artilery. Simon F. Hicks, --Va. Reg. John M. Irvin, Sterrett's Cav. John W. Cummings, Kentucky Cav. Joseph P. Dejarnette, Wm. C. Respess, Wm. Tighe, Wm. R. Karsner, Jas. S. Hicks, Wm. S. Childers, J. P. Jones. John Barner, Wm. M. Jones, P. S. Jone
hat the Senate was ready to transact business. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, thought this out of order until it was ascertained that there was a quorum The Chair in this view concurred, and directed the roll to be called. The following Senators responded to the call, viz: Messrs Armstrong, Alderson, Brannon. Rail, Bruce, Coghill, Collier, Dickenson of Prince Edward, Garnett, Hart, Isbell, Johnson, Marshall, Neecon, Newton, Newman, Pennybacker, Quesenbury, Robertson, Taliaferro, Thompson, Wiley, and Whitten--23. The Chair read the rule authorizing the Senate to enforce the attendance of absentees Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, suggested that the Sergeant-at-Arms be instructed to procure the attendance of such members as are in convenient distances of the city. Mr. Coghill, of Amherst, thought if the Senate adjourned till-eight P. M., and authorized the Sergeant-at-Arms to bring in absentees, the result desired by the Senator from Bedford could be attained. Mr.
The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Seward-Pierce correspondence — the Federal Secretary in a Tight place. (search)
Among the deaths of Confederate prisoners at Camp Chase, Ohio, we find the names of Philip Wolff, private, 32d Virginia regiment; Evan Evans, private, 31st Virginia regiment; and Albert Thompson, private, 41st Virginia regiment. Among the privates of Captain Jennings's company at Opeli Ala, is an old Catawba Indian, who has five sons also in the company. He is a Methodist preacher. Several bags of coffee were sold at auction in Savannah last week at prices ranging from 60 to 65 cents. South Carolina has now in the field 39, 274 soldiers, 23,000 of whom are in for the war. The excess at this time over the State's quotes is 4,064.