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Bull Run, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatchthe twenty first Regiment in the late battles — News from the Wise Legion. Lewisburg, Va., Aug. 1, 1861. The late victory at Manassas has produced a happy effect in this section. The spirits of the people (previously to some extent depressed on account of Garnett's retreat) have been greatly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The
Alleghany (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
ppy effect in this section. The spirits of the people (previously to some extent depressed on account of Garnett's retreat) have been greatly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The forces composing Gen. Wise's Legion are now in this place under orders from the East. They were ordered from Charleston, and are encamped near town. How long they will remain here is unknown to the
Charles W. Brown (search for this): article 13
ent depressed on account of Garnett's retreat) have been greatly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The forces composing Gen. Wise's Legion are now in this place under orders from the East. They were ordered from Charleston, and are encamped near town. How long they will remain here is unknown to the public.--The movement, no doubt, is a good one, and is intended for purpose
atly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The forces composing Gen. Wise's Legion are now in this place under orders from the East. They were ordered from Charleston, and are encamped near town. How long they will remain here is unknown to the public.--The movement, no doubt, is a good one, and is intended for purposes known only to the War Department. A finer looking soldiery
eviously to some extent depressed on account of Garnett's retreat) have been greatly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a numbCaptain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The forces composing Gen. Wise's Legion are now in this place under orders from the East. They were ordered from Charleston, and are encamped near town. How long they will remain here is unknown to the public.--The movement, no doubt, is a good one, and is in
tion was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The forces composing Gen. Wise's Legion are now in this place under orders from the East. They were ordered from Charleston, and are encamped near town. How long they will remain here is unknown to the public.--The movement, no doubt, is a good one, and is intended for purposes known only to the War Department. A finer looking soldiery cannot be found than the Legion, taking the men as a body. Frank.
ction was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The forces composing Gen. Wise's Legion are now in this place under orders from the East. They were ordered from Charleston, and are encamped near town. How long they will remain here is unknown to the public.--The movement, no doubt, is a good one, and is intended for purposes known only to the War Department. A finer looking soldiery cannot be found than the Legion, taking the men as a body. Frank.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatchthe twenty first Regiment in the late battles — News from the Wise Legion. Lewisburg, Va., Aug. 1, 1861. The late victory at Manassas has produced a happy effect in this section. The spirits of the people (previously to some extent depressed on account of Garnett's retreat) have been greatly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. Th
) have been greatly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. The forces composing Gen. Wise's Legion are now in this place under orders from the East. They were ordered from Charleston, and are encamped near town. How long they will remain here is unknown to the public.--The movement, no doubt, is a good one, and is intended for purposes known only to the War Department. A finer l
August 1st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 13
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatchthe twenty first Regiment in the late battles — News from the Wise Legion. Lewisburg, Va., Aug. 1, 1861. The late victory at Manassas has produced a happy effect in this section. The spirits of the people (previously to some extent depressed on account of Garnett's retreat) have been greatly revived by the complete rout at Bull Run and Manassas. This section was well represented in that glorious victory. Greenbrier had two fine companies there--Captain Dennis' and Captain Brown's. Captain Dennis lost five men killed, and twelve or fifteen wounded. Captain Brown was wounded in the right hand. None of his men were hurt. Monroe and Alleghany counties had several companies in the contest, and a number were killed and wounded. Among the number killed was Captain Tiffany, of Monroe. The various companies mentioned composed a portion of the 27th Regiment, (Col Gordon,) which assisted in the capture of the famous Sherman battery. Th