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Charlottesville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
and Third Lieutenants. The women (we like this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to procure suitable artillery horses for the State. The Quartermaster's Department will not suffer in such hands. Col. Fry has appointed Thoms J. Wertenbaker as Commissary for the volunteer companies to rendezvous at this place, and Wm. G. Fretwell Quartermaster. Hon. W. C. Rives left his home on Wednesday to attend the Congress at Montgomery. W. Edgar Garth, Esq.,
Town Hall (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 9
ents. The Scottsville Guards, with their baggage train, arrived in town about 5 P. M. on yesterday. The company are a splendid body of men, and number 130. John L. Cochran has been elected First Lieutenant in the Albemarle Rifles, in place of Dr. W. C. N. Randolph, appointed surgeon to one of the regiments from Richmond. H. W. Wirt and Charles Wayt were made Second and Third Lieutenants. The women (we like this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to
Stony Point (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 9
Albemarle items. --The Charlottesville Review, of Friday, says: The Albemarle Rifles, the Monticello Guard, Capt. Davis' cavalry company, the Piedmont Rifles, (Stony Point,) and the Scottsville Guards, have all been ordered into the field.--We deem it best to say as little as possible about our military movements. The Scottsville Guards, with their baggage train, arrived in town about 5 P. M. on yesterday. The company are a splendid body of men, and number 130. John L. Cochran has been elected First Lieutenant in the Albemarle Rifles, in place of Dr. W. C. N. Randolph, appointed surgeon to one of the regiments from Richmond. H. W. Wirt and Charles Wayt were made Second and Third Lieutenants. The women (we like this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John
W. C. Rives (search for this): article 9
this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to procure suitable artillery horses for the State. The Quartermaster's Department will not suffer in such hands. Col. Fry has appointed Thoms J. Wertenbaker as Commissary for the volunteer companies to rendezvous at this place, and Wm. G. Fretwell Quartermaster. Hon. W. C. Rives left his home on Wednesday to attend the Congress at Montgomery. W. Edgar Garth, Esq., has contributed $100 to the Monticello Guard.
this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to procure suitable artillery horses for the State. The Quartermaster's Department will not suffer in such hands. Col. Fry has appointed Thoms J. Wertenbaker as Commissary for the volunteer companies to rendezvous at this place, and Wm. G. Fretwell Quartermaster. Hon. W. C. Rives left his home on Wednesday to attend the Congress at Montgomery. W. Edgar Garth, Esq., has contributed $100 to the Monticello Guard.
John B. Strange (search for this): article 9
s word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. GilmerMr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to procure suitable artillery horses for the State. The Quartermaster's Department will not suffer in such hands. Col. Fry has appointed Thoms J. Wertenbaker as Commissary for the volunteer companies to rendezvous at this place, and Wm. G. Fretwell Quartermaster. Hon. W. C. Rives left his home on Wednesday to attend the Congress at Montgomery. W. Edgar Garth, Esq., has contributed $100 to the Monticello Guard.
W. C. N. Randolph (search for this): article 9
e Rifles, the Monticello Guard, Capt. Davis' cavalry company, the Piedmont Rifles, (Stony Point,) and the Scottsville Guards, have all been ordered into the field.--We deem it best to say as little as possible about our military movements. The Scottsville Guards, with their baggage train, arrived in town about 5 P. M. on yesterday. The company are a splendid body of men, and number 130. John L. Cochran has been elected First Lieutenant in the Albemarle Rifles, in place of Dr. W. C. N. Randolph, appointed surgeon to one of the regiments from Richmond. H. W. Wirt and Charles Wayt were made Second and Third Lieutenants. The women (we like this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. St
William W. Gilmer (search for this): article 9
ike this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to procure suitable artillery horses for the State. The Quartermaster's Department will not suffer in such hands. Col. Fry has appointed Thoms J. Wertenbaker as Commissary for the volunteer companies to rendezvous at this place, and Wm. G. Fretwell Quartermaster. Hon. W. C. Rives left his home on Wednesday to attend the Congress at Montgomery. W. Edgar Garth, Esq., has contributed $100 to the Monticello Gua
Jefferson Davis (search for this): article 9
Albemarle items. --The Charlottesville Review, of Friday, says: The Albemarle Rifles, the Monticello Guard, Capt. Davis' cavalry company, the Piedmont Rifles, (Stony Point,) and the Scottsville Guards, have all been ordered into the field.--We deem it best to say as little as possible about our military movements. The Scottsville Guards, with their baggage train, arrived in town about 5 P. M. on yesterday. The company are a splendid body of men, and number 130. John L. Cochran has been elected First Lieutenant in the Albemarle Rifles, in place of Dr. W. C. N. Randolph, appointed surgeon to one of the regiments from Richmond. H. W. Wirt and Charles Wayt were made Second and Third Lieutenants. The women (we like this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John
William G. Fretwell (search for this): article 9
his word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to procure suitable artillery horses for the State. The Quartermaster's Department will not suffer in such hands. Col. Fry has appointed Thoms J. Wertenbaker as Commissary for the volunteer companies to rendezvous at this place, and Wm. G. Fretwell Quartermaster. Hon. W. C. Rives left his home on Wednesday to attend the Congress at Montgomery. W. Edgar Garth, Esq., has contributed $100 to the Monticello Guard.
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