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son — Jacob Armstrong, Robert Park, S. J. C. Davenport. James City — R. L. Henley, A. W. Hawkins, M. R. Harrell. Jefferson — B. Davenport, Andrew Hunter, R. W. Baylor. Kanawha — J. G. Newman, Wm. Quarrier, Henry Fitzhugh. King George--A bram B. Hooe, Charles Mason, Ed. T. Taylors, King and Queen — Thomas R. Gresham, Roderick Bland, or, J. M. Jeffries. King William--Wm. A Braxton, Hardin Little page Wm. Geo. Pollard. Lancaster — Samuel Gresham, Col. S. Downing, Addison Hall. Lee — John D. Sharp. Ro. M. Bales, Peter C. Johnston. Lewis — James T. Jackson, Conrad Kester, Joseph C. Spalding. Logan — Isaac S. Samuels, P. K. McComas Joseph Barrett. Loudou — John W. Minor, Asa Rogers, John A. Carter. Louisa — John Hunter, Clayton G. Coleman, W. O. Harris. Lunenburg — John Orgain, Sterling Neblett, Jr. W. H. Hatchett. Lynchburg — Wm. T. Yancey John G. Meem, John M. Speed. Madison — Travis J. Twyman, A. R. Blakey, Robert A. Banks. Marion
ight years past. He was formerly a private in the Light Guard, under Captain Sanford. He afterwards became a member of the Sprague Cadets, and went with them to the wars. He was advanced from private to orderly sergeant, then second lieutenant, and many was promoted to the position of adjutant of the regiment. He was about 28 years of age. Tall Lying. The following is from the Wheeling Intelligencer, an abolition sheet of the blackest stripe: Beverly, August 23 1861 --General Lee is only ten miles the other side of Huttonsville with from 10,000 to 15,000 men. He is perfectly surrounded by our Federal troops--10,000 men, with four batteries of 28 cannon in all. He sent in a flag of truce the other day to Gen. Reynold., who is in command, and offered to surrender all his arms if we would only let him through our lines, so that he could go South. He said if we did not accede to his proposition that he would cut his way through. Gen. Reynolds sent back word to cut h
General Lee. --A gentleman who left General Lee's camp yesterday week was in our office yesterday. He had no stirring intelligence to communicate. General Lee was still at Valley Mountain, waiting for fair weather and good roads to commence operations. Both had been so bad as to arrest all military operations. The enemy wGeneral Lee's camp yesterday week was in our office yesterday. He had no stirring intelligence to communicate. General Lee was still at Valley Mountain, waiting for fair weather and good roads to commence operations. Both had been so bad as to arrest all military operations. The enemy were strongly posted at Stalnaker's, about twelve miles from Valley Mountain, and between that station and Huttonsville. Skirmishes occurred every day between the pickets, and our men had taken a number of prisoners. General Lee was still at Valley Mountain, waiting for fair weather and good roads to commence operations. Both had been so bad as to arrest all military operations. The enemy were strongly posted at Stalnaker's, about twelve miles from Valley Mountain, and between that station and Huttonsville. Skirmishes occurred every day between the pickets, and our men had taken a number of prisoners.