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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
. M. Owens, Lt.-Col. Commanding McIntosh's Batt. Roll of Ringgold Battery, 13th Va. Battalion of Artillery, 1st Corps. Bugler J. J. Wilkinson, one mule. Privates. James E. Lipscomb, one horse, Dan'l J. Davis, Thos. W. Barksdale, Philip S. Asby. The men and property of this battalion were captured on the 8th of April. [5 men.] (Signed) D. N. Walker, Capt Commanding Battalion. Roll of Graham's Battery Artillery, Va. Vols. 1st Lieut. Edwin M. Pollard. 2d Lieut. Thomas Shanks. Sergeant-Major James Murray. Corporal George W. Vaughan. Privates. Alexander Candle, Henry Channel, William E. Daniel, William A. Falconer, S. J. Savage, Hiram A. Seward, William J. Malone, William T. Taylor, Jr., William A. Griffin, James Griffin, F. B. Jones, John N. Johnson, John B. Wynn. John T. Willcox, John W. Watts, George W. Sutherland, J. W. Braddy. I certify that the above named officers and men are present this day. [2 officers, 19 men.
Warehouse. 1,177,059 1bs. 1,099,720 1bs. West Hill Warehouse. 795,323 Caks Warehouse. 1,080,561 lbs. 670,868 lbs. Moore's Warehouse. 676,956 lbs. 414,556 lbs. Promotions in the Petersburg City Guard.--The resignation of Lieutenant F. M. Wright, of the Petersburg City Guard, left a vacancy in this corps, which has been filled by the promotion of Charles Waddell to the office of First Lieutenant. Peter McEnery has been promoted to senior First Lieutenant, and Orderly sergeant Thomas Shanks to junior First Lieutenant. E. B. Bain is promoted to the office of Orderly Sergeant. Severely Bitten by a Dog.--A young man from the country was attacked by a fierce bull dog while passing Mr. Spicer's factory in Blandford, on Saturday afternoon. The country man was actually borne down to the ground by the force of the dog's attack, and but for the timely aid of some persons at the factory, the dog would have very severely, if not fatally, injured him. As it was, however, he w