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Eliza Frances Andrews, The war-time journal of a Georgia girl, 1864-1865 137 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 13 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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r disabled men. Parcels may be sent to the stores of Geo. Wait & Co., Franklin street, below Exchange Hotel; W. G. Dandridge, Broad st., near 9th; Spotts & Harvey, 14th street, near Mayo's Bridge. Contributions in money may be sent to I. W. Walker, Chairman of the Collecting Committee, Sheriff's office, Main st. The following gentlemen of the county have been appointed to act in their respective neighborhoods in further enlisting sympathy and securing contributions: Henrico.--Dr. John Garnett, Messrs. Henry Cox, R. A. Mayo, R. Gentry, James Carter, N. F. Bowe, J. B. Crenshaw, Rev. Geo. D. Exall, John F. Wrenn, John Stewart, James Lyons, Fendall Griffin, Garland Hanes, Josiah Dobbs, F. Stearns, Thos. E. Nichols, Henry Satter-white. Hanover.--Messrs. Ed. Sydnor, B. T. Winston, W. C. Shelton, G. W. Doswell, Dr. W. F. Gaines, Col. E. Shelton. Chesterfield.--Messrs. H. T. Drewry, Samuel. Hargrove, W. B. Gates, Augustus Jenks, E. O. Watkins, T. Dorsett, Rev. C. Friend.
ve received various and numerous reports of the movements of the troops of General Garnett's command since I last wrote you, and I now merely write to give a true and accurate statement of the retreat and death of General Garnett--a statement which I defy any one to question, and to which those high in authority will willingly surel Hill, when, on Thursday evening, 11th July, we received an order from General Garnett to prepare provisions for a two days march shortly after which we were dirall Battalion under Colonel Hansborough, all under the immediate charge of General Garnett, was forced to take the only route left us. We had proceeded on the road minder of the army. Immediately after this battle, and in a half mile of it, Gen. Garnett in person was on the river bank, and halted the Regiment, and detached the Sy did, killing several as they retreated. The enemy immediately fired, when Gen. Garnett fell, shot through the breast, killing him instantly. He fell on Lieut. De