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Fayette, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 8
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.military spirit in Fayette — appropriation. Hawks'nest, Fayette Co., Va., May 24, 1861. Not having seen anything in your paper of what is transpiring in Fayette, I take the liberty to inform you how matters are progressing here. Fayette has raised three volunteer companies for the Fayette, I take the liberty to inform you how matters are progressing here. Fayette has raised three volunteer companies for the defence of Virginia against the common enemy, and we have two other companies that are more than half made up, and, I think that in a few days they will be completed. On last Monday our Court made an appropriation of $5,000, for fitting out the volunteers, and to aid their families during their absence. Fayette has raised three volunteer companies for the defence of Virginia against the common enemy, and we have two other companies that are more than half made up, and, I think that in a few days they will be completed. On last Monday our Court made an appropriation of $5,000, for fitting out the volunteers, and to aid their families during their absence.
May 24th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 8
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.military spirit in Fayette — appropriation. Hawks'nest, Fayette Co., Va., May 24, 1861. Not having seen anything in your paper of what is transpiring in Fayette, I take the liberty to inform you how matters are progressing here. Fayette has raised three volunteer companies for the defence of Virginia against the common enemy, and we have two other companies that are more than half made up, and, I think that in a few days they will be completed. On last Monday our Court made an appropriation of $5,000, for fitting out the volunteers, and to aid their families during their absence.