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derate States, provided that the same shall not materially interfere with the sessions of the General Assembly. The resolution was adopted, and ordered to be communicated to the House. The wants of soldiers. On motion of Mr. Nerson, it was Resolved, That inquiry be made into the expediency of making an appropriation from the treasury to relieve the distresses and wants of such soldiers in service as have been, by the presence of the public enemy, cut off from their homes and resources in this Commonwealth. Bills passed. The Senate bill to amend an act incorporating the Danville Manufacturing Company, was taken up and passed. The House bill to incorporate the Virginia Chemical Works was, on motion of Mr. Robertson, referred to a special committee, consisting of Messrs. Neeson, Robertson, and Douglas, who subsequently reported it without amendment, and the bill passed. On motion, the Senate adjourned, to meet again on the first Monday in January.
The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
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hester Guards.--Killed, private, G. W. Breakfield; missing, supposed killed, Thomas C. Harden. Wounded, Capt. O. Harden, severely; Sergt. J. A. Sanders, slightly; private John Lucas, slightly Co. F. Chester Blues.--Killed, privates W. H. Abell, R. T. Johnson, J. McKewn, J. W. Smith, Sergt. Carruthers. Wounded, Sergt. Elliot, slightly; S. McAliley, slightly; privates Boyd, slightly; Lepsey, slightly Co. G, Pickens Guard — Killed, J. T. Coldwell, W. S. McDill. Wounded, Corp'l. L. S. Douglas, slightly; private M. R. Dye, slightly; S. M. Schouler, slightly Co. H, York Guards — Killed, 1st Lieut F. E. Moore, Corp'l W. T. Robinson, privates Thos J. Parks, H. P. Price, Samuel Hoffman. Wounded, Serg't J. N. Faires, mortally; privates, Wm. Hamilton, mortally; Wm. Crosby, severely; A. F. Branch, do; H. K. Sadlier, severely; Andrew Merritt, severely; Serg't. Wm. Campbell, slightly; John Honey, slightly; Wm. M. Whitesides, slightly.; private Holies, slightly.; private Patterson,