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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 26
Still they come! --In addition to the list of 214 volunteer companies in Georgia, to be found in our paper, there have been forty-nine companies formed, and to which commissions have been issued by the Governor, within the last thirty days, making 263 companies ready for the field — a force of not less than 18,000 vigorous men, now anxiously awaiting orders to strike the common foe. There can be 50,000 more raised in less than a month, should the exigencies of the service demand this contof 214 volunteer companies in Georgia, to be found in our paper, there have been forty-nine companies formed, and to which commissions have been issued by the Governor, within the last thirty days, making 263 companies ready for the field — a force of not less than 18,000 vigorous men, now anxiously awaiting orders to strike the common foe. There can be 50,000 more raised in less than a month, should the exigencies of the service demand this contribution from Georgia.--Milledgeville Recorde
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Still they come! --In addition to the list of 214 volunteer companies in Georgia, to be found in our paper, there have been forty-nine companies formed, and to which commissions have been issued by the Governor, within the last thirty days, making 263 companies ready for the field — a force of not less than 18,000 vigorous men, now anxiously awaiting orders to strike the common foe. There can be 50,000 more raised in less than a month, should the exigencies of the service demand this contribution from Georgia.--Milledgeville Recorder.