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om the Lynchburg Republican that the Langhorne Foundry, in that city, owned by F. B. Deane, Jr., & Son, are daily turning out large quantities of ammunition, in the shape of cannon ball and shell, for the Southern Confederacy, which cannot be excelled in quality by those of any other foundry. The Grayson "Dare Devils" have been ordered to rendezvous at Wytheville, at which place they will be furnished with arms in a few days. It will be recollected that they started for Richmond from Lynchburg, notwithstanding the order to return, but upon arriving at Pamplin's Depot, the privates determined to go no farther without orders.--The officers, however, proceeded on to Richmond and, after an interview with the proper officials, were assured that arms should be speedily furnished, and the "Dare Devils," as soon as possible, be mustered into service. The twelve members of the Lynchburg Rifle Grays, who were sent home, are organizing a new company, to share with their old comrades i
om the Lynchburg Republican that the Langhorne Foundry, in that city, owned by F. B. Deane, Jr., & Son, are daily turning out large quantities of ammunition, in the shape of cannon ball and shell, for the Southern Confederacy, which cannot be excelled in quality by those of any other foundry. The Grayson "Dare Devils" have been ordered to rendezvous at Wytheville, at which place they will be furnished with arms in a few days. It will be recollected that they started for Richmond from Lynchburg, notwithstanding the order to return, but upon arriving at Pamplin's Depot, the privates determined to go no farther without orders.--The officers, however, proceeded on to Richmond and, after an interview with the proper officials, were assured that arms should be speedily furnished, and the "Dare Devils," as soon as possible, be mustered into service. The twelve members of the Lynchburg Rifle Grays, who were sent home, are organizing a new company, to share with their old comrades i
of Philadelphia, a description of Lincoln's Ragged Regiments, and we now give the other side of the picture, as viewed by a correspondent of the Baltimore exchange on his route from Augusta, Georgia, last week: Before I left the far South, seven regiments of Georgia and Alabama troops had left for Virginia, and orders were issued on Wednesday last to the Atlanta (Georgia) regiment, and to the Second Alabama Regiment, at Montgomery, to march on Friday. Their headquarters will be Lynchburg, Virginia. Both of these regiments are composed of the most sterling men in the communities where they were raised, and have volunteered for the war, and not for any specified number of months, or under any shackling conditions as to where they will do service. The Second Alabama Regiment was raised three months since, and was the first regiment on duty at Pensacola. It was this corps of men that erected the first sand batteries opposite Fort Pickens, and occupied them for months, anxiou
Going to Lynchburg. --The Alabama and Georgia regiments now on their way to Virginia will proceed to the camp near Lynchburg, Va.
d at Leavenworth, K. T., on the 28th, destroying property to the amount of $120,000. The crops in Missouri are said to present the most encouraging prospects. So in all the Border and Southern States. John S. Carlile was nominated for Lincoln's Congress by a Tory Convention at Parkers burg, Va., on the 25th April. During a drunken frolic in Tazewell county, Va., recently. James McLean was shot and badly wounded by David W. Clark. Capt. Jimmy Barrett, a native of Ireland, 81 years old, has enlisted in a volunteer company in Tazewell county. Va. Mr. Benjamin Dawson accidentally shot himself, inflicting a painful wound, on Tuesday, in Lynchburg. Fredericksburg has five volunteer companies in the field. Business in Portsmouth is beginning to revive. Five companies from Suffolk arrived at Norfolk yesterday. On Tuesday, five steamers were at anchor off Fortress Monroe. It is stated that a military camp will be established at Staunton, Va.