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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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House of Delegates. Saturday, May 10, 1862. The House re-assembled at 12 o' clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Duncan. The Clerk read a message from the Senate, announcing the passage of sundry House bills, and also of a number of joint resolutions published in the report of yesterday's proceedings. The Senate resolution in respect to the sequestration law was referred to the Committee on Courts of Justice. The Senate resolution relative to officers of the army of Virginia, looking to their retention in the Confederate service under the same circumstances attendant upon their position in the State army before it had been turned over to the Confederate Government, was referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs Baskerville, Bouldin, and Gilmer. Mr. Rutherfoord, from the Committee on Courts of Justice, reported a bill prescribing punishment for persons who may purchase property falsely, representing that they have authority to impre
Casualties in 24th regiment. The following is a list of casualties in Company C. 24th Va. regiment, in the engagement near Williamsburg on Monday last, the instant, as furnished us by 2nd Lieutenant Sutherland. Killed--Captain William R. Jennings, 1st Sergeant Ellis Hule; Privates C. C. Burks, Henry L. Briggs, Samuel Davidson, John , and S P emanes. Wounded--Lieutenant Shockley, Corporal J F Duncan, privates S G Buley, James W Bell, M Briggs, J M Childers, C H Claud, William, Cambs, James Davidson, C H Edwards, No. an Farmer, William Franklin, Joseph F Givene, Daniel M Huraid, William R Ricks, J M Mellon, Sidney C. Mooney, Zion Nester, Thomas Philips, H Rickman, William E. Stricklin, James O Sumner, Dillan Sutherland, Carrad. Williams, and White. Missing--Privates Washington Claud, Solomon Hornsun, Ballard Marshall, Greenville Thompson, and William T Utt. All the dead and those badly wounded were left upon the field. A portion of those reported wounded a