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The Daily Dispatch: May 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union 2 0 Browse Search
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The Alexandria Rifles. This gallant company suffered severely in the fight of Monday last near Williamsburg. The company is composed of most excellent fighting material, and distinguished itself at the battle of Bull Bun on the 18th of July last. A member of the company who was in the fight of Monday furnishes us with the following list of casualties sustained: Killed.--Capt. John Humphreys, privates Engene Fairfax, Francis Acbott. John P. Thompson. Mortally Wounded.--James H. McVeigh, Samuel Paul. Dangerously Wounded--John Swann; Hugh S. Hill, leg broken; James Stickrev leg broken; Charles McKnight, arm shot off; J. Conrad Johnson, wounded in the arm. John F. Addison, who belonged to the same company, who received a commission in the same regiment as 2d Lieut. three days before the fight, was also killed.
he bill was read a third time, the rules being suspended, and passed, on motion of Mr. Johnson. A bill to amend and re-enact section 5th 2 5th chapter, Code of Virginia. On motion of Mr. Alderson, the rules were suspended, the bill was read a third time, and passed. A message was received from the House of Delegates announcing the passage of a bill authorizing county courts to purchase salt and distribute it among the people, and provide payment for the same. On motion of Mr. Thompson, the rules were suspended, and the bill read a third time, when Mr. Johnson presented a letter from the lessees of the salt works in regard to the supply of salt, which was read by the Clerk. The letter recommends, in order to keep the salt out of the hands of the speculators, that the salt be purchased by the county courts and distributed to the people. It stated that the lessees felt confident of their ability to furnish 20 pounds to each citizen of the State now in our lines the pric