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The Daily Dispatch: February 11, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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owances of a colonel of cavalry; and two assistant commissaries general, each with the rank, pay and allowances of a colonel of cavalry.--Passed. House bill appropriating ten thousand dollars to pay claims in the recruiting service of the Confederate States was passed. Mr. Wigfall presented some papers on the subject of the quality of the tobacco furnished the army as rations, requesting that the same be referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. On motion, by Mr. Garland, House resolution providing for the adjournment of Congress on the 28th instant was taken up, and, after a long discussion, was lost by a tie vote. Mr. Maxwell, of Florida, entered a resolution to reconsider the vote. Mr. Oldham, of Texas, introduced the following, which was referred to the Military Committee: "a bill to provide for Raising two hundred thousand negro troops. "Section 1. The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That the President of the Confed
regret to learn that in the battle of last Monday the Twelfth Virginia regiment suffered considerably. The following is a list of the casualties in this regiment: Killed — W. D. Wilson, S. D. Vaughan, R. H. Pettaway, G. A. Spence. Wounded.--D. C. Taylor, J. C. Bishop, Ro. S. Eckles, Lieutenant B. W. Grasswitt, Corporal D. M. Dunlop, James E. Orr, Hamilton Martin, W. H. Scott, G. S. Bernard, Sergeant J. Chappell, Corporal J. W. Seward, Lieutenant J. P. Sale, Sergeant L. Walker, R. J. House, R. M. Manning, Sergeant G. R. Crump, W. A. Lucy, J. B. Harris, W. Smith. From South Carolina--Sherman's movements. The Edisto river rises in the southwestern portion of South Carolina, and flowing southwestwardly, empties into the Atlantic forty miles southwest of Charleston. Branchville is on the Augusta branch of the South Carolina railroad, a mile east of the point at which the railroad crosses the Edisto. This river is now the line held by General Hardee in the neighborho