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the appointed place, paraded through several of the principal streets of the city, attracting much attention by their soldier like appearance and admirable horsemanship. The company numbered over thirty members, and were under command of Col. J. Lucius Davis, of the 33rd Regiment. The meeting of the company being called for the purpose of choosing a commander, an election was had under the auspices of Col. Davis, which resulted in the choice of Col. Wm. C. Knight, of the 4th Cavalry, latemanship. The company numbered over thirty members, and were under command of Col. J. Lucius Davis, of the 33rd Regiment. The meeting of the company being called for the purpose of choosing a commander, an election was had under the auspices of Col. Davis, which resulted in the choice of Col. Wm. C. Knight, of the 4th Cavalry, late State Senator from Amelia, now a resident of Henrico, and represented, by all accounts, as a gentleman well calculated to advance the interests of the company.