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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1861.., [Electronic resource], The recent flag of truce from
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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. 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.
Ten dollars Reward. --Ranaway from my residence, on Monday, the 9th inst, my black boy, named Dick. He is about ten years old, very likely, and remarkably smart. I will pay the above reward of ten dollars for his delivery to me, 56 Main street, or at my residence, on 5th, between Cary and Canal streets. Geo. I. Heering, jy 19--3t* 86Main street.