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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gettysburg. (search)
strong, P. Conniff. Fifth Florida. Company A—Lieutenant G. L. Odum, Privates R. H. McClelland, D. M. Claytor, M. D. Pratton, B. H. Lee, Robert Potts, John F. Cooper. Company B—Privates J. R. Richard, J. Niblack, P. Morgan, John Field, T. S. Geer, M. Coon. Company C—Privates Wiley Atkinson, D. C. Isler, J. R. Sutton, W. D. Smith, H. Norris, J. W. French, J. W. Howell, H. Stanford, C. Allegood, M. Dudley. Company D—Lieutenant J. A. Shaw, Privates G. F. Devane, A. D. Dutton, J. R. Robertson, J. M. Hindley, J. N. Morgan. Company E—Privates W. Carson, J. W. Johnson, Isaiah Jones, B. W. Moseley, E. Hudson, D. E. Wethington, P. Bowers. Company F—Privates R. W. Hillhouse, A. Rawles, E. W. Dempsey, J. G. Ash. Company G—Captain Wm. Bailey, Privates L. Long, Geo. Dice, G. w. Cole, S. M. Johnson, James Milton, J. P. Strickland, K. Ward. Company H—Private B. F. Wood. Company I—Private M. B. Swearinger. Company K—Captain R. M. Gardner, Privates L. W. Shin
Fairfax, and on his motion was made the order of the day for Monday next. The bill to prevent shooting and trespassing on Sunday was taken up, on motion of Mr. Garnett. Various amendments were rejected, and one offered by Mr. Coghill, was adopted, providing that the bill shall go into effect in such counties and corporations only as may adopt the same by the Courts thereof. The bill was advocated by Messrs. Garnett, Christian, of Augusta, Douglass, and others, and opposed by Messrs: Robertson, Coghill, Lynon, and others. The bill was passed. On a motion to amend the title no quorum appearing, the President, under a rule adopted this morning, ordered the roll to be called in order to ascertain the absentees with a view to their publication. This was done and a large number found absent. At this stage of the proceedings, Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, moved to rescind the order of publication, on which the Senate divided — ayes 15 nays 14. The bill to organize a military conti