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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], From wise's Legion — position of the enemy — an Ambuscade, &c. (search)
Sep. Rosende, the prisoner of war we mentioned yesterday as having come to the city in custody of Major Haskins, was, we are informed by Mr. William D. Hix, sheriff of Appomattox county, arrested in his county, and sent hither by the County Court thereof, in the said sheriff's charge. Mr. Hix also brought a musket to the Confederate authorities captured by C. H. Jones, Esq., member of the House of Delegates from Appomattox, while fighting on his own hook in the battle of Manassas.
The Twentieth Regiment. --A statement has been published that the Twentieth Virginia Regiment had disbanded, and probably it was published on good authority. We are informed that the "Rockingham Institute Guard" yet remains in a perfect state of organization — the only one of the eight companies that left this city with Col. Pegram. There are two other companies of the Twentieth in the mountains, under Capt. Jones and Capt. Bruce. We are gratified to learn that a nucleus yet remains around which to rally another regiment of gallant Virginians.