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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Griffin: Quartermaster, C. L. Goodwin; Commissary. Thomas Beggs; Surgeon, J. T. Darby; Assistant Surgeon, B. Walter Taylor. The following companies under Lt. Colonel Johnson, arrived in Richmond on Saturday morning via Petersburg Railroad: Washington Light Infantry.--Captain, Jas. Conner; Lieutenants--1st, James Lewndes; 2d, T. M. Logan 3d, Theodore Klinck. Davis Guards.-- Captain, W. L. M. Austin; Lieutenants--1st, G. W. Lester; 2d, J. G. W. Lester; 3d, D. William Yeargon. Gist Rifles--Captain, H. J. Smith; Lieutenants--1st, Robert H. Hudgings; 2d, W. H. Mauldin; 3d, Elijah H. Acker. Washington Artillery--First Lieutenant commanding, James F. Hart; 2d, S. Gilman Horsev 3d, Warren R. Marshall; 4th, Paul Hamilton. All of the other companies of the Legion start to-day (Monday) from South Carolina for Richmond, and may be expected here by Wednesday. Col. Hampton has purchased a fine park of artillery for the Washingtons — rifle cannon and howitzers — made in Richmon