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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
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the State up to this time; the amount received from each warehouse; the period at which it was received; also, what amount has been paid out by reason of losses on said insurance; what other disposition, if any, has been made of the money received; also, the annual amount received into the Treasury from each of the warehouses built by the State, and the sum paid for their construction. The communication was laid upon the table and ordered to be printed. Confederate Congress. Mr. Thompson, of Dinwiddie, offered the following joint resolution: Resolved by the General Assembly, That the Governor of Virginia be and he is hereby authorized to provide suitable accommodations within the Capitol for the sessions of the Congress of the Confederate States, provided that the same shall not materially interfere with the sessions of the General Assembly. The resolution was adopted, and ordered to be communicated to the House. The wants of soldiers. On motion of Mr.
The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
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. Company A.--Corp. E. Long, C. Cable, and J. Parker — missing. Company B.--None. Company C.--Capt. Jo Detha, wounded in shoulder; Corp. G. W. Lait, wounded in leg; J. W. brown, in arm; W. N. Fishback arm; F. G. Alexander; left on the field, supposed mortally wounded; John Mullin, left on the field, severely wounded; John L. Barbes, mor. tally, in the head; J. W. Brown, dangerously if not mortally wounded — received three shots; Wm. B. Phelps, wounded in arm and breast; A. J. Thompson, in side; J. Cummins, in side Geo. Sime, in foot; Geo. Stump, slightly; C. H. Stoner, seriously, if not mortally; M. L. Asbury, in arm; J. W. Lair, slightly; G. W. Simpson, slightly. Company D.--Corp. Horine, slightly; private Smith, slightly; private P. Hughes and Corp. Robert Carr. Company E.--Killed, Corp. John M. Johnson; wounded, seriously, Noah J. Parsons — left on the field. Company I.--Wounded, private Jas. Burham, slightly; W. Nelson, badly — not since heard of;