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n of Volunteer Companies, and when the complement of any county or city is completed, the residue of the population subject to military duty will remain enrolled for home defence and police. The requirements of the Proclamation of July 13th, as to arms and ammunition, will apply equally to the Volunteers hereby provided for. The places of rendezvous within the district embraced by the Proclamation of July 13, will be the same as therein provided except as follows: Rockbridge, Augusta and Bath counties will rendezvous at Staunton; and Highland county at Monterey. Volunteers from other parts of the State will rendezvous as required by Proclamation of May 3 1861. All companies hereafter formed will be of Infantry, unless otherwise specially ordered. Company officers will be elected by the companies, and field officers appointed by the Governor as has been done in the regiments heretofore formed. Given under my hand as Governor and under the seal of the
The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1861.., [Electronic resource], The recent flag of truce from President Davis to Abraham Lincoln. (search)
South Carolina Volunteers. --The Second Regiment of South Carlina Volunteers arrived in this vicinity on Saturday morning last, via Petersburg Railroad. It numbers nearly one thousand men. Rev. J N. Craige, the Chaplain, is a native of Augusta county, Va. The following is a list of staff and company officers: Colonel, J D Blanding; Lieut. Colonel, D. W. Ray; Major, J M Steadman; Adjutant, J. H. Witherspoon; Quartermaster, T. D. Fraser; Commissary, W E. Dick; Surgeon, Dr. R L. Crawford; Assistant Surgeon, Dr. John I. Bossard; Chaplain, Rev J N. Craige; Sergeant Major, B. W Edwards; Quartermaster Sergeant, R C McFeddin. The Regiment--Lancaster Greys, Captain Wilie; State-Right Guards, Capt. Adams; Kershaw Troop, Captain Cantey; Blanding Blues, Capt. Walker; Sumter Greys, Capt. Harrington; Clarendon Blues, Capt. Whit- worth; Chickora Guards, Capt. Cololough; Pickens Sentinels, Captain Lee; Cowpens Guards, Capt. Foster; Hartsville Light Infantry, Capt. Coker.