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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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trate imposed the usual fine under the ordinance prohibiting the throwing of missilles in the streets. The following is a list of the staff of the Massachusetts Regiment: E. F. Jones, Colonel: A. B. Farr, Adjutant; Jas. Monroe, Quartermaster; Norman Smith, Surgeon; J. P. Paine, Assistant-Surgeon; Chas. Babidge, Chaplain. The following is a list of the companies, with their officers, number of men in each, and where from: Rank and file. Company C, of Stoneham, Capt. John H. Dyke79 Company A, of Middlesex, Capt. J. A. Lawdell67 Company D, of Lowell, Capt, J. W. Hart55 Company C. of Lowell, Mechanic Phalanx, Capt. Albert S. Follanshee57 Company I, of Lawrence, Capt. John Pickering65 Company E. of Acton, Capt. Daniel Tuthill46 Company H, of Lowell, J. F. Noyes, Lieut. Com53 Company F, of Lawrence, Capt. P. F. Chadbourne63 Company B, of South Groton Junction, Capt. E. S. Clark93 Company B, of Worcester, Light infantry, Capt. H. W. Pratt93 Company C, of
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.seizure of more vessels. Tunstall's Depot,New Kent co.,Va., April 19th. The "General Knox," commanded by Captain John Murphy, and "Victory, " commanded by Capt. Small, two large schooners, hailing from Maine, have just been seized by the citizens of New Kent at Waterloo, on the Pamunkey river. They are laden with valuable ship timber, and were in the act of weighing anchor at the time of their seizure. An efficient guard has been placed on the river to prevent them from passing out until a special messenger can confer with the Governor. The secession of Virginia has created the most intense excitement here. Every man is ready to bear arms in defence of the Old Dominion and the South. Dyke.
offer of many churches, to furnish me theirs also. With my kindest thanks for your wishes for our common cause, and my health and prosperity, I remain yours, very respectfully, G. Y. Beauregard, Gen. Comd'g To J. G. Flournoy, Esq., Memphis, Tenn. From Paris, Tenn. The Memphis Appeal, of the 5th inst., says: We have a few additional particulars of the visit of the Federal troops at Paris, on Tuesday last. Two prominent citizens were arrested and carried away--Mr. John H. Van Dyke, formerly Captain of the Paris Minute Men, and Col. R. T. Caldwell, a wealthy citizen who has been an active States-rights advocate since the commencement of the present troubles. A large quantity of tobacco, estimated at 300,000 pounds, belonging to the latter gentleman, was seized by the invaders. They made a diligent search for Hon. H. F. Commins, Representative from Henry county, who was at home. His dwelling was strictly examined, even to thrusting of swords into suspicio