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re men, as we're the Unionists, and would act towards their fellow creatures as well.
The costumes worn by them were much varied.
Some had gray uniforms with caps or felt hats; others were in citizens country coats, and others again in their shirt sleeves.
Motley was the only wear.
The following were the various corps to which they belonged: 2d Virginia, 6th Louisiana, (Tigers) 7th Louisiana, 1st Virginia, 8th Louisiana, Ashby's Cavalry, 21st Georgia, 37th Virginia, 44th Virginia, Carrington's Battery, 23d Virginia, 1st Baltimore Artillery, 31st Virginia, 2d Maryland Battery, 15th Alabama, 48th Virginia, 6th Virginia, 7th Virginia, 8th Virginia, 5th Alabama, Hampton Artillery, 52d Virginia, 12th Georgia, General Stewart's Body Guard, 9th Louisiana, 4th Virginia, Louisiana, 58th Virginia, Wheat's Battalion, 25th Virginia, 16th Mississippi, Maryland C. S. Regiment, 27th Virginia, Danville Battery, 12th Georgia, 57th Virginia, 9th Louisiana, 5th Virginia, 1st Louisiana Battery, 2