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Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
Accident to Gen. Echols. --General John Echols, who lately commanded the department of Southwestern Virginia, was from his horse a few days since near his President in Monroe county, and had his left arm near the some place it was shattered by a ballet of the battle of Manassas. The General was at home on furlough, for the purpose of recruiting his health.
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Accident to Gen. Echols. --General John Echols, who lately commanded the department of Southwestern Virginia, was from his horse a few days since near his President in Monroe county, and had his left arm near the some place it was shattered by a ballet of the battle of Manassas. The General was at home on furlough, for the purpose of recruiting his health. Accident to Gen. Echols. --General John Echols, who lately commanded the department of Southwestern Virginia, was from his horse a few days since near his President in Monroe county, and had his left arm near the some place it was shattered by a ballet of the battle of Manassas. The General was at home on furlough, for the purpose of recruiting his health.