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when General Beauregard immediately rode to the front, General Johnston taking position near and to the left of the Lewis house. . . . About 3.15 P. M., Captain R. Lindsey Walker, with his battery, took position to the left and in front of the Lewis house and commenced firing. I was near him when the shot from his battery was firvely in the saddle, I think, more than twenty hours. . . . (Signed) John F. Lay. Late Colonel of Cavalry, C. S. A. N. B.—It may be well to add that General R. Lindsey Walker (then Captain Walker, of the battery referred to) is now in my office, and confirms my recollection. ... J. F. L. The quartermaster general of GenCaptain Walker, of the battery referred to) is now in my office, and confirms my recollection. ... J. F. L. The quartermaster general of General Beauregard's command, W. L. Cabell, states in a letter written at Dallas, Texas, on August 16, 1880, in regard to the field transportation of General Beauregard's forces before the battle of Manassas, that as nearly as he could remember it was as follows, viz.: One four-horse wagon to each company. One four-horse wago
Purcell battery. --We learn that the members of this famous battery (who in General Holmes's army have acquired the sobriquet of "Walker's Hounds") have re-enlisted for the war, with very few exceptions. This is no more than was to be expected of men commanded by the gallant R. Lindsey Walker. It is said that the latter is now recruiting in Richmond to raise a battalion. The members of the Purcell battery have always done their duty and deserved the praise received by them from their co --We learn that the members of this famous battery (who in General Holmes's army have acquired the sobriquet of "Walker's Hounds") have re-enlisted for the war, with very few exceptions. This is no more than was to be expected of men commanded by the gallant R. Lindsey Walker. It is said that the latter is now recruiting in Richmond to raise a battalion. The members of the Purcell battery have always done their duty and deserved the praise received by them from their commanding General.
Carter, Carpenter, Cazenove, Cecil, J. J. Coleman, Crockett, Curtis, Dabney, Daniel, John D., Davis, R. J. Davis, Dice, Eggleston, Ewing, Fleming, Fletcher, Forbes, Friend, Garrison, Gatewood, George, Gillespie, Gilmer, Grattan, Green, Hopkins, Hunter, Kerby, James, Johnson, Jordan, Kaufman, Kyle, Lively, Lockridge, Lynn, Mallory, Matthews, McCamant, A. W. McDonald, McKinney, McLaughlin, Minor, Montague, R. E. Nelson, Newton, Noland, Orgald, Payne, Pitman, Reid, Richardson, Riddick, Rives, Robertson, Robert C. Sanders, Sheffey, Sady, Steger, Tate, Taylor, Thomas, Thrash, Tredway, Walker, Ward, Williams, S. Wilson, Woodson, Woottorn Worsham, Wright, Wynne, and Mr. Speaker.--Total 83. Nays.--Messrs. Brooks, Clark, Collier, Franklin, Lundy, Prince, Peter C. Saunders, Staples, Veden, and West.--Total 10. So the bill was passed by a vote of $3 to 10. On motion of Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, the House then went into secret session on the bill to organize the Virginia forces.
nt of the Blues, under Lieut Richard S. Sauxay. Officers and privates of the Wise Legion in Virginia. Old members and present members of company F. Metropolitan and other Lodges of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, headed by their officers. The hearse containing the body, drawn by four gray horses. Pall bearers, Cols. Geo. W. Hunford, Thos. B. Bigger, Capt. Wm. Y. Sheppard, Col. Wm., H. Fry, Capt. Geo. H. Tompkins, Capt. Wm. L. Manle, Lieut John F. Regnault, Capt. R. Lindsey Walker, Alderman Sanxay, Councilman Glazebrook. His Excellency the Governor. The employees of the Enquerer, wearing crape on the left arm. Honorary members of the Blues and freinds of the company; Caskie's Eangers, Capt. Caskie; Albemarie Rangers, Lieut. Goodwin; Carriages. On the arrival of the body at the church it was borne in the church and down the central aisle to the pulpit amid the most thorough and all-pervading manifestations of grief that we have ever witness
Purcell Battery. --In noticing the presentation of a sword to Capt. Wm. J. Dabncy yesterday, we stated he had been 1st Lieutenant of the above battery. We are reminded by Capt. D. that Daniel Hagerty held that position; that he (Capt. D.) was Second Lieutenant, and has not yet resigned his commission in it, though detailed by Gen. R. Lindsey Walker to raise an additional battery, which we may add he has succeeded in doing.