irection of Dranesville.
The First Rifles, Pennsylvania reserve, Lieutenant-Colonel Kane, have been Colonel John S. McCalmont, (Tenth regiment Pennsylvania reserve corps;) Colonel C. F. Jackson, Nintry; Lieutenant E. D. Reid, Twelfth regiment Pennsylvania reserve corps; Captain W. M. Painter, assis Lieutenant A. B. Sharpe, (Seventh regiment Pennsylvania volunteer reserve corps,) aide-de-camp; andrst Lieutenant S. B. Smith, (Tenth regiment Pennsylvania volunteer reserve corps,) acting assistant McCalmont, of the Tenth regiment infantry, Pennsylvania reserve; Lieutenant-Colonel T. L. Kane, First Rifles, Pennsylvania reserve; Captain Easton, artillery, Pennsylvania reserve; Lieutenant and Adjt Henry B. McKean, Sixth regiment infantry, Pennsylvania reserve, more particularly attracted my attr thrifty agriculturists in Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Gunnell himself had gone away, leaving thour men — their enthusiasm and discipline.
Pennsylvania may be proud of her sons.
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