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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 23.-Second Rhode Island regiment. (search)
Doc. 23.-Second Rhode Island regiment. The following are the principal officers of the Second Regiment:-- John Slocum, Colonel; C. S. Robbins, Lieutenant-Colonel; Sullivan Ballou, Major; Samuel J. Smith, Adjutant; Albert Eddy, (Second Lieutenant) Acting Adjutant; James Aborn, Quartermaster; Francis L. Wheaton, Surgeon; Rev. Mr. Jamison, Chaplain. Captains and companies. Co. A--Cyrus Dyer. Co. B--John Right. Co. C--Wm. Viall. Co. D--W. H. Steere. Co. E--Isaac P. Rodman. Co. F--Levi Tower. Co. G--Nathan Goff, Jr. Co. H--Chas. W. Greene. Co. I--Samuel J. Smith. Co. K--Chas. Turner.--N. Y. Evening Post, June 20.
r reached the village than they scattered on a pleasure excursion. One of the first places to which they paid their respects was the store and post-office of one Turner, the Secession postmaster of the village. This man had particularly signalized himself for partisan meanness. He had been an applicant for the postmastership, but Mr. Myers, an opponent, was appointed; where-upon Turner received the appointment through Mr. Jefferson Davis's government. The latter procured the arrest of Myers upon the charge of treason to Virginia. He was thown into prison, and condemned to die, but was released a few days before the battle. Being thus particularly i, Turner's house was at once visited by the troops. They smashed his furniture and ripped open his beds, finishing the work by splintering the old family clock. Turner himself was arrested in the woods, and brought into town, followed by his daughters. He looked very sheepish, and was at once put under guard. A Secession flag