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kle; D Anderson, slightly. Missing. Private Morrell. Recapitulation — Killed, wounded and missing. 15. Total 34. Third Regiment Virginia Cavalry--Co A — Killed: None. Wounded: J E Reynolds. Missing: None. Co B — Killed: W W Young. Wounded: Lieut Millan, Serg J B Herbert, private West, severely. Missing: None. Co C — Killed: Sergt G M Betts, private J T Wilkins. Wounded: Capt Chappel, slightly; Lieut Jas W Hall, severely. Missing: W H Brower. Co D — Killed: None. Wounded: Jas E Adams, severely; L A Masston, F Mountcastle, Pat Carroll, Chas Walker. Missing: None. Co E — Killed: None. Wounded: Corp Fester Missing; None. Co F — Killed: None. Wounded: Lt B W Lacy, Lt Chump, Sergt Apperson; W G Christian, H C Grump, W McKenzie. Missing: None. Co G — Killed: Private J C Fowler. Wounded: Sergt Jeffrey, Corp Page, Corp McLaurin, privates J W Bryant, S F Goodman, G H Grigg, W W Jonas Missing: None. Co H — Killed: None. Wounded: Lt Carner, privates Jas Green,
Adams on Washington. In a 22d of February speech at London the Yankee Minister, Mr. C. F. Adams, said: "Strange as it may be, it is yet perfectly true that, from this time forward, the name and memory of Washington must be kept in reverence, allion "all the glorious associations of our history" are indissolubly intertwined. So that instead of surrendering, as Mr. Adams ridiculously says, the men and traditions of our most illustrious era, we are only carrying out the lesson they taught eal grievances of her own. And yet she gained in rebellion even against moderate tyranny a glory which, even according to Adams, is the brightest in her history. What must be the renown, then, of resistance to a despot whose arms are dipped to the our people, and who has threatened us with universal confiscation, insurrection, rapine, and death? Consequently, when Mr. Adams says that Washington can never be regarded with admiration by the South, he is talking cheer nonsense. We are showing