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Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
C. H. Waldo (search for this): article 12
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
W. Irving Hodgson (search for this): article 12
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
J. H. H. Hedges (search for this): article 12
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
Theodore A. James (search for this): article 12
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
Thomas T. Green (search for this): article 12
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
Washington Artillery. --The small corps of reserves which were left at home by the Battalion of Washington Artillery, now at Manassas Junction, have swelled their number to about one hundred, and last evening there was an election of officers at the arsenal for the fifth company. It resulted as follows: Lieut. W. Irving Hodgson was chosen Captain; Theo. A. James 1st, Jerry G. Pierson Junior 1st, and R. Bannister 2d Lieutenants; Messrs. Hews, Vaught, Henning, and Leverich, Sergeants; Messrs. Giffen, Green, Demerit and Wood, Corporals; Mr. R. M. O'Brien, Color Sergeant; Honorary members; Urquhart, Schmidt, Otis, and Doane, Color Corporals; Mr. J. H. H. Hedges, Secretary, and C. H. Waldo, Artificer.--N. O. Picayune, 29th ult.
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