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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
acke, J. R. Kenley. William Lovenstein, E. B. Loving, Leopold Levy, Samuel Leidy, Watkins Lindsay, Lieutenant L. L. Lacy, J. W. Lockwood, Dr. W. Augustus Lee, C. T. Loehr, W. P. Lawton, General Fitzhugh Lee, S. H. Liggon, H. S. Luffsey, General L. L. Lomax, William J. Leake, George W. Libby, A. M. Lawrence. Captain W. Gordon McCabe, George C. Mountcastle, John Murphy, E. W. Marable, H. G. Millet, John A. Meanly, P. H. Mayo, D. S. McCarthy, T. F. Minor, J. D. Moncure, John F. Mayer, George W. May, Henry Meyer, J. B. McKinney, E. C. Minor, J. D. McIntire, J. R. Mountcastle, C. D. McIndoe, Lieutenant John Maxwell, R. B. Munford, James McGraw, Thomas J. Moore, J. J. Montague, John K. Molloy, E. W. Martin, John A. Mosley, Captain P. W. McKinney, James R. Medlicott, Otto Morgenstern. Virginius Newton, George W. New. C. T. Outland, J. H. O'Bannon. John W. Pearce, Thomas G. Peyton, John B. Purcell, Kennedy Palmer, W. G. Puller, B. A. Pillow, George H. Pointexter, Captain Richard G.
The Daily Dispatch: may 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. (search)
elves for this peculiar service. Suitable officers will be appointed to receive the names of volunteers and organize the force as rapidly as possible. An officer for this purpose will be found at the Capital, in the Hall of the House of Delegates. Regulations for the government of the corps will be forthwith prescribed. The corps will be entitled to the same story with the Militia when called into actual service. Each volunteer will bring with him such as he may be able to procure. It is needless to appeal to the patriotism of the people of Richmond and the surrounding counties. They have heretofore evinced their spirit and said by ardently responding to every call upon and will never be found wanting. Given under my hand, and under the zeal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 25th day of May, 1862. and in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. By the Governor. George W. May. Ord. Secretary of the Commonwealth. my 27--3t
of Petersburg if allowed to be successful; but Grant has to consult some one else before he carries it out. It is our opinion that no further advance around the city will be permitted. If Grant persists, he will find unexpected and powerful obstacles in his path, which will make him pause if not retreat. An incident. The Express relates an interesting incident of the battle on Friday afternoon. During the progress of the fight, two privates of the Twelfth Virginia infantry--George W. May, company A, and — Miles, company B--started from town to join their command, having their rifles with them. On nearing the scene of action, they were compelled to advance through a thick skirt of woods, when, to their surprise, they observed a party of Yankees coming towards them. The two men hastily concocted a plan for their capture, which was entirely successful, as the result will show. May acted the spokesman, and Miles the part of a whole regiment.--When the Yankees were within