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declaring their resolution to return home, or to obtain subsistence for themselves; and they were brought back to their duty only by being reminded that they were defenders of the rights of mankind, and, as a grave writer who was then with the army relates, by the influence of the commander-in-chief whom they almost adored. The enemy appeared against them in the midst of these trials; and they rallied as one man and kept him at bay. Certain I am, wrote Washington in May, to his friend Joseph Jones, a delegate from Virginia, unless congress are vested with powers by the several states competent to the great purposes of war, or assume them as matter of right, and they and the states respectively act with more energy than they have hitherto done, our cause is lost. We can no longer drudge on in the old way. By ill-timing in the adoption of measures, by delays in the execution of them, or by unwarrantable jealousies, we incur enormous expenses and derive no benefit from them.
The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], Appointments by the Secretary of the Navy at Gosport Navy-Yard. (search)
Appointments by the Secretary of the Navy at Gosport Navy-Yard. --James Henenstall master boat-builder, vice Wm. Archer, removed. Chas. G. Jordan master house joiner, vice Jas. Williams. Jas. H. Hardwick master caulker, vice Jos. Jones. Henry Fauth foreman blacksmith machinist, vice John Rouke. Johannes Watson master armorer, vice Richard Gregg. Wm. Pettit foreman boiler-maker. Jas. E. Etheridgs dock- master, vice Merritt Moore. James Jarvis inspector of timber. Jonathan U. Hall master block- maker, vice Wm. Gleason. Joseph H. Porter foreman gun carriage-maker, vice Grey. James Hays, foreman plumber, Dan't Collins, master mast-maker.
ouse again refused to cencur with the Senate in postponing, by a vote of ayes 48, noes 59. Mr. Buford moved an adjournment until 7.30 P. M., but the House refused to adjourn. After another long pause a fourth message was received from the Senate, asking for a joint committee of conference, and appointing three members of the committee on the part of the Senate. On motion of Mr. Shefeny, the House agreed to the joint committee of conference, and the Speaker appointed the following committee on the part of the House: Messrs. Sheffey, Rutherfoord, Jones, Thomas, and Wilson, of Isle of Wight. At ten minutes past six o'clock the committee appointed by the House to confer with the Senate committee made a report that the joint committee had been unable to agree upon any terms further than a postponement of the execution of the order of the day until to-morrow, (Thursday,) at 12½ o'clock P. M. The report of the committee was agreed to, and the House then adjourned.
The Governor appointed, on the 20th inst. Richard O. Haskins, Samuel C. Robinson, N. C. Read, and William Rutherfoord, Directors on the part of the State in the Farmers' Bank of Virginia; and Jos. Jones, Charles R. Barksdale, David J. Saunders, and John L. Bacon, like Directors in the Bank of Virginia, at Richmond.
The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of officers of the 12th Virginia. (search)
Company B--John Lyon, Captain; R R Bowden, 1st Lieut.; T P Pollard, 2d Lieut.; W G Lea, 2d do. Company C--T H Bonn, Captain; L L Marks, 1st Lt.; S J White, 2d Lt.; George Hawks, 2d do. Company D--J P Critz, Captain; W E Badger, 1st Lieut.; W L Penn, 2d do; R Turner, 2d do. Company E--R R Banks, Captain; A M Keiley, 1st Lieut.; J R Patterson, 2d do; N M Martin, 2d do. Company F--E M Field, Captain; H W Field, 1st Lieut.; E P Scott, Jr., 2d do; A W Ferguson, 2d do. Company G--J V Crawford, Captain; E W Branch, 1st Lieut.; Ed. Tyler, 2d do.; Robt Mayo, Jr., 2d do. Company H--T F Owen, Captain; W H Woodhouse, 1st Lieut.; Chas Beale, 2d do; Chas Deshields, 2d do. Company I--R W Jones, Captain; J R Manson, 1st Lieut.; -- Nicholson, 2d do.; -- Green, 2d do. Company K--J R Lewellen, Captain; D W Paul, 1st Lieut.; J T Clemen's, 2d do.; M S Drinkard, 2d do. Non Commissioned Staff — W E Hinton, Jr., Sergeant-Major; R C Osborne, Q. M. Sergeant.
A Ward, slightly; Orderly Sergt J P Johnson, slightly; Sergt D L Miller, seriously; Privates G W Bell, seriously; M L Hensley, arm broke; J H Bryson, N Barnett, M D Burnett, J G Cockram, J E Cox, J H Fletcher, T C Hollingsworth, G J Condray, W H Jones, B Laughter, J G Lowry, W P Rosse, and M Sitton, and J C Erwin, slightly. Company K.--Wounded: Lieut R H Mills, slightly in arm; Privates W C Calvert, slightly in neck; Thos Toney, seriously in thigh; Robt Dalton, severely in mouth; John All Company B.--Killed: Privates R J Keesee and W J Martin. Wounded: J A Gholson, W F Broom, J Hamlett, J B Wall, S Trotter, E A Winns, E P Young, J B Mickle. Company C.--Killed: Sergeant C D Blackburn; Privates W C Draughon, J C Gambill, J M Jones. Wounded: Sergeant W E Benson; Privates M Bonac, R Burns, A S Samuel, A J Mondy, and F N Ingram. Company D.--Wounded: Privates W H Andrews, D F. McKinney, J J Page, and J F Locke. Company E.--Wounded: Captain N M Morris; Privates J L W
Lieut, co G, 4th N C, head. Jackson, H M J, Corp'l, co F, 1st S C S S, wrist and shoulder. Jones, R L, co A, 49th Va, arm, slight. Jones, W G, co F, Hampton's Legion, arm. Kidd, G, co C, 1Jones, W G, co F, Hampton's Legion, arm. Kidd, G, co C, 11th Miss, side and arm. Kings, G W, Corp'l, Jenkins's S C S S, thigh. Kines, G. W, co D, 4th Va, arm and head. Keefe, Jno, Lieut, co A, 6th N C, leg. Kerr, J S, co E, 13th Ala, hand. Kel H B Crouch, J L Edmunds, G W Edmunds, J Malone, J C Morehead, W H. Pope, B Quinn, N Howard, J T Jones, J R Mims. Wounded and Missing: Privates W G Broadtoote, Smith Lee. Total killed, 2. Total wou R Spann, J L Deuprec, R Mahorner, H Mahorner, W H Tate, W Freeman, J Davis, M Bell, D Bell, J T Jones, T F Glass, S M Bowen, E J Carter. Missing and Supposed Killed: Privates W A Price, W J Fant, F List of casualties of the 22d regiment North Carolina troops. Company A--Captain T D Jones, killed; Lt J W Sudderth, seriously wounded; Privates Samuel Estes, J M Powell, G W Justice. Ja
h, 9th, 11th, and 12th Alabama, and especially for those companies from Mobile and its vicinity. It would be erring a great favor upon many anxious hands to hand in the lists for publication, and also that they may be telegraphed South. M. B. Hickok, company D, 11th Virginia; W. H. Moore, company I, 12th Miss.; C. W. Hather company D, 5th Ala., all wounded in Saturday's battle, are at the residence of Major R. S. Archer, corner of Franklin and 6th streets. They are doing well. We learn that the battalion of heavy artillery lately stationed at Gloucester Point were considerably used up in the fight of Saturday. Lieut. Col. Otsy was killed. Lieut. Baytop, while gallantly leading his man, was shot through the leg and had to be taken from the Whilst lying in an oak grove another struck him in the stomach, giving him a mortal wound. Private F. J. Bridges was killed. T. C. Ence, John A. Bridges, and Jones were wounded. Twenty-five others at the battalion are missing.
Davis. Wounded: Privates Kirk, McCarty, Armstrong, Wright, and Parkerson. Company C, Lieut. Whitfield commanding-Killed: 1st Serg't Duncan Campbell; Private Tatum Littleton. Wounded: 1st Corporal Thos Watson, face; Privates Chas Sillman, right lung; Joe J. Barton heel; Austin Seay, right hand; Sam Mills, left hand; Isaac Priddy, right hand; Dantal Spence, wounded and missing. Company D, Capt. Lee--Killed: Private W. H. Carpenter. Wounded: Capt L. C. Lee, Serg't Williams, Serg't Jones, Corpl Tucker, Privates Bounds, T. C. Clark (knee,) Davis, Brett, Hemmeter, Hunter, Rancefelt, Long, Newman, Rough, Riley. Company E, Lieut Genella commanding.--Killed: Lieut Natalie Genella, Privates Gearing, H. Anderson, Levy. Wounded:--Color Serg't Mike Hart, Corpl Flagee, Corpl Roth, privates Hart, Kiss, Schultz, Ellinger, Crosby, Brown. Company F, Lieut. McLellan commanding. Killed: None. Wounded: Privates Manie, Sprague, Osborne, Holt. Company G, Capt. Manlove.--Killed
and delivery to me of a servant boy named Conway, belonging to Dr. Wm. J. Hallel, of Essex county Conway left where he was hired, in Rocketts, in June last, and was, when last heard of, with the 2d Florida regiment. He is about 13 or 14 years old; dark color. 2d. $20 for the delivery of Simeon to me.--Simeon is about 15 years old; is quite black; was hired to Mr. Johnson, in Chesterfield, and belongs to Mrs. E. B. Murphy, in Westmoreland county. 3d. $20 for a bright mulatto boy named William, goes by the name of Ben frequently. He is about 15 years old; belongs to James G. Roy, of Henrico, and was hired at Mrs. Jones's boarding house, Broad street; left in March. 4th. $15 for Cornelius, a well-set man; black color; speaks slow when spoken to; has his hair plaited sometimes; he left about the middle of June; has been to his wife's, ct Mr. Richard Longest, in King and Queen county, where it is belleved he is now. James Moore. oc 29--6t* At Duke & Hutcheson's Richmond.
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