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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Appointments to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1
United States (United States) (search for this): article 5
s Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J WilliaU. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, preU. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regCommissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,000 men each.
W. H. T. Walker (search for this): article 5
Appointments to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,
E. W. Chastain (search for this): article 5
to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,000 men each.
to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,000 men each.
David E. Twiggs (search for this): article 5
Appointments to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,
John Brown (search for this): article 5
Appointments to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,
Appointments to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,
Alfred Cumming (search for this): article 5
to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1,000 men each.
W. J. Hardee (search for this): article 5
Appointments to the Georgia Army. --Gov. Brown has appointed the following gentlemen as officers of the army of the Republic of Georgia, now being organized. The most, if not all, of them held posts in the United States Army: Brigadier and Brevet Major General David E. Twiggs, to command the Brigade; Col. W. J. Hardee, late of the U. S. A., Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and Col. W. H. T. Walker, late of the U. S. A. Colonel of the 2d Regiment; Chas. J Williams, Esq., Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment, and E. W. Chastain, of Gilmer, Lieutenant Colonel of the 2d Regiment. Captains McLaws, W. M. Gardner, and Alfred Cumming, late of the U. S. A., as Majors of the Regiments. Capt. John Jones, present State Treasurer, Quartermaster and Commissary General, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. The appointment of Captains and Lieutenants have been made from those late of the U. S. A. and civilians of the State. The army will consist of two regiments of Infantry, of 1
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