Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
another company in Norfolk county--the Jackson Greys.
Camp of Instruction, Pussast Grove, Norfolk County, Va., June 17, 1861.
We have raised, without difficulty, a new company of Infantry, numbering sixty men, We call ourselves the ‘"Jackson Greys,"’ after the late valorous host of the Marshall House
, and we are here encamped tea the purpose of being thoroughly drilled in the Infantry
faction, and at least partially drilled in camp life.
We are dependent the liberality of the farmers in the neighborhood for our fare.
So far, they have supplied us most generously with hams, poultry, and other good things of law season, and as all give us a hearty ‘"God speed,"’ we doubt not we shall keep supplied Our uniform is being made and we are furnished with a black drummer and fifer, and the ladies of the neighborhood have subscribed the money to purchase a handsome flag for us. We are doing our bees to be mustered into service, armed and ordered to meet the enemy. W.