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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1861.., [Electronic resource], The recent flag of truce from President Davis to Abraham Lincoln. (search)
South Carolina Volunteers. --The Second Regiment of South Carlina Volunteers arrived in this vicinity on Saturday morning last, via Petersburg Railroad. It numbers nearly one thousand men. Rev. J N. Craige, the Chaplain, is a native of Augusta county, Va. The following is a list of staff and company officers: Colonel, J D Blanding; Lieut. Colonel, D. W. Ray; Major, J M Steadman; Adjutant, J. H. Witherspoon; Quartermaster, T. D. Fraser; Commissary, W E. Dick; Surgeon, Dr. R L. Crawfo L. Crawford; Assistant Surgeon, Dr. John I. Bossard; Chaplain, Rev J N. Craige; Sergeant Major, B. W Edwards; Quartermaster Sergeant, R C McFeddin. The Regiment--Lancaster Greys, Captain Wilie; State-Right Guards, Capt. Adams; Kershaw Troop, Captain Cantey; Blanding Blues, Capt. Walker; Sumter Greys, Capt. Harrington; Clarendon Blues, Capt. Whit- worth; Chickora Guards, Capt. Cololough; Pickens Sentinels, Captain Lee; Cowpens Guards, Capt. Foster; Hartsville Light Infantry, Capt. Coker.