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of the military that came in sight was Major Walton's battalion of Washington Artillery, consisting of three companies. They were waited near the Court-House, and while there the fourth company, under the gallant Capt. Rosser, came in from the outposts and joined the procession. The 17th Virginia, Colonel Corse, passed up the road, looking exceedingly well, and, followed by the Artillery, marched to the spot selected for the inspection. General Longstreet's brigade, General Cocke's, and Gen. Jones's ranged themselves by the roadside, the whole forming a line nearly a mile in length, commencing a short distance beyond the village, and extending to the forks of the road, near Germantown.--Meanwhile, Gen. Wm. Henry Walker's brigade at Germantown had been drawn up, and all awaited the arrival of the President. Gen. Davis, accompanied by the other Generals, and their staffs, and escorted by the Adams troop, rode first to General Walker's camp, and after having the brigade pass in review
Patriotic contributions for the army. The following contributions were reported on Friday and Saturday last, as appears from a record kept by Col. J. B. Jones, at the Passport Office: J. P. Henderson, $500 worth clothing to 4th and 13th North Carolina regiments. J. J. Hutchinson, $1,000 worth of clothing, &c., to the 5th, 6th, 11th, and 13th Alabama regiments. Wm. R. McClintock, $1,000 worth of clothing to 13th Alabama regiment. J. J. Rawles, $3,000 worth of clothing to the 20th Georgia regiment. J. D. Sims and Thos. McGarch, $300 worth of clothing to Georgia Artillery. James Scalfe and W. W. Renwick, $1,500 worth of clothing to 6th South Carolina and 4th Louisiana regiments. Dr. Stewart and Mr. Clarke, $5,000 worth of clothing, &c., to 6th and 8th Mississippi regiments. C. G. Thurmond, $1,700 worth of clothing and $100 in gold to the 9th Louisiana regiments. J. S. Turnbull, $1,000 worth of clothing to the 12th Georgia regiment.