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and Elections--Messrs. Blue, Friend, Kyle, Evans, Woodson, Murdaugh, Eggreston, Baskervill, Carter, Mc. Donald of Logan, Baker, Jordon, Wilson of Isle of Wight, Bayse. Courts of Justice--Messrs. Rutherfoord, Bunter, Baldwin, Colner, Jones, Ste Executive Expenditures--Messrs. George, Anderson of Albemarle, Damel, Richardson, Payne, Thrash, Gillespie, Carpenter, Baker. Lunatic Asylum--Messrs. Rives, Curtis, Tate, McGruder, Nelson of Fluvanna, Clockett, Worsham, Hopkins, Anderson of Campbell, James, Wilson of Norfolk, Buford, Grattan, Lundy, McDonald of Hampshire, Orgain, Dunn, Rives, Walker, Cazenove, Baker, Carter, Wilson of Isle of Wight. Treasurer's Accounts--Messrs. Matthews, Cazenove, Walker, Bass, Curtis, Noland, Mcy, Vaden, Lively. Library--Messrs. Edmunds, Minor, Sheffey, Gordon, Mallory, Anderson of Botetourt, McKinney, Burke, Baker, Cazenove, Crochett, Gilmer, Dabney, Nelson of Louisa, Garrison. Armory--Messrs. Blue, Carter, Wright, Shannon, West
orty of the enemy, fired into them, commanded the whole force to surrender, as he gallantly bore away his prisoner. He has been, in connection with Capts. Folk, Wood, Whittaker, and other officers, noticed by Col. Ransom in his official report. These having been so honorably mentioned, and so justly, also, in that report, it is the humbler name I have sought to individualize, and trust that if my knowledge and pen have neglected any worthy individual, some other will do him justice. Lieut. Col. Baker, than whom no more able and popular officer commands in the whole army, was sadly deprived of the honor of having his name connected with the affair — he being the junior officer was left in command of the camp on that day. Many other officers were likewise on duty in camp and on picket, and much to their regret had no opportunity of distinguishing themselves on the field. I should have mentioned in another place that the forces engaged on the part of the enemy consisted of three