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Washington Artillery.

The Washington Artillery, of New Orleans, whose handsome appearance attracted the admiration of the lookers — on all along the line of march, represented the great State of Louisiana, and did it handsomely. The battalion, consisting of the veteran association and three active companies, was under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Richardson. There were thirty-eight veterans commanded by Colonel B. F. Eshelman, assisted by Generals W. Miller Owen and W. J. Behan. Captain H. M. Isaacson commands Company C, Captain E. M. Underhill Company A, and Captain Eugene May Company B. The battalion numbers 127, including the band. Its membership is about 300.

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