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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome 12 12 Browse Search
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r command of Capt. Coles, at Roanoke Island. We are gratified to learn that the Blues, of this city, are acting upon the same patriotic impulse, and have already recruited some thirty or forty men to take the place of those who so bravely sustained the company's honor in the battle: Canal Bridge, Curritnok, N. C., February 13, 1862. To Copt. Thomas L. Farrish, Volunteer Aid, &c.-- Sir: You are detailed to go on to Aloemarle and else where, at your discretion, to recruit and raise men to fill up the company of the brave, lamented Capt. Coles. He fought nobly at Roanoke Island, and, though gone, I wish his flag raised in his native county by true men to rally around, and to renew his company to avenge his gallant death. Proclaim this to Albemarie, and let his memory be most honored by a rally to the flag of his company, at the head of which he so gallantly fought and fell. Bring me the recruits as soon as sixty-four men are raised. Henry A. Wise, Brigadier-General.