cognizing as we do his excellency of character and his efficiency as a soldier: Therefore,
1. Resolved, That in the death of Private Cooke, (the first we have been called to mourn,) this company has lost a valuable and highly esteemed member.
2. That we tender to his father and sisters our heartfelt sympathies in this most and affliction.
3. That in all the relations of life in which we have seen and known him — as a gentleman, a soldier, a comrade, a friends, he proved himself worthy of the affectionate regard and esteem with which he was honored; for--"None knew him but to love him,None named him but to praise."
That the Secretary by requested to furnish a copy of these resolutions to the family of the deceased, and one each to the Enquirer and Dispatch. of Richmond, with a request to publish them.
Corporal G. R. Pace, Com.
Private R Emmertt Tyler, Com.
Private J. A. Craig Com.
Lieut. P. A. Wellford, Ch'n.
John W. Green, Sec'y fe 6--1t*