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Jackson (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 19
bted to the politeness of Lieut. Ed. Alfriend, of company E., for the above returns.] This regiment has a number on the sick list and also on detached service. Major Reger's battalion gave their entire vote for Davis and Stephens. For the 15th Congressional District, Ro. Johnston got 31 and Morrall 2 votes. For the 11th District, Col. Baldwin received 38, Harper 36, Coffman 1, Stein 1, and Baylor 1 vote. Rice's battery voted with this battalion. In Col. Reynold's brigade, (formerly Jackson's) the 31st regiment, gave Ro. Johnston 133 and Morrall 36 votes for the 15th Congressional District. For the 14th District, Kidwell got 30 and Russell 10 votes. The full vote for Davis and Stephens. Major Hansborough's battalion, Robt. Johnston got 40 and Morrall 3 votes for the 15th Congressional District. The above is official and may be relied on. Excuse the manner in which it is written, as it is so cold that your correspondent can scarcely hold his pen in his hand. Ned.
rnette 4, Morton 3. In the 6th District, John Goode received 2 votes.[Your correspondent is indebted to the politeness of Lieut. Ed. Alfriend, of company E., for the above returns.] This regiment has a number on the sick list and also on detached service. Major Reger's battalion gave their entire vote for Davis and Stephens. For the 15th Congressional District, Ro. Johnston got 31 and Morrall 2 votes. For the 11th District, Col. Baldwin received 38, Harper 36, Coffman 1, Stein 1, and Baylor 1 vote. Rice's battery voted with this battalion. In Col. Reynold's brigade, (formerly Jackson's) the 31st regiment, gave Ro. Johnston 133 and Morrall 36 votes for the 15th Congressional District. For the 14th District, Kidwell got 30 and Russell 10 votes. The full vote for Davis and Stephens. Major Hansborough's battalion, Robt. Johnston got 40 and Morrall 3 votes for the 15th Congressional District. The above is official and may be relied on. Excuse the manner in which it is
T. F. Goode (search for this): article 19
The 23d, with a portion of Shumaker's and Anderson's Batteries, gave the following vote: Davis and Stephens, 164. Congressional Districts--3d District, Lyons, 7; MacFarlane, 3; Tyler, 1. 4th District, Pryor, 18. 5th District, Bocock, 36; T. F. Goode, 12. 6th District, John Goode, 4; Treadway, 3. 7th District, Holcombe, 4; Leake, 1. 8th District, Dejarnette, 35; Morton, 22. The 37th Regiment, (Colonel Fulkerson,) gave 300 votes for Davis and Stephens, and in the 13th Congressional Dis Preston 219; F. McMullin, 81. The 44th regiment (Col. Wm. C. Scott) gave 183 votes for Davis and Stephens. Holcombe received 59 and Leake 11 votes in the 7th Congressional District; in the 4th District, Pryor received 71; Bocock 71, and T. F. Goode I vote for the 5th District; in the 3d District, Lyons received 8, MacFarlane 1, and Tyler 4 votes; 8th District, Dejarnette 4, Morton 3. In the 6th District, John Goode received 2 votes.[Your correspondent is indebted to the politeness of Li
service and the very inclement weather. The 23d, with a portion of Shumaker's and Anderson's Batteries, gave the following vote: Davis and Stephens, 164. Congressional Districts--3d District, Lyons, 7; MacFarlane, 3; Tyler, 1. 4th District, Pryor, 18. 5th District, Bocock, 36; T. F. Goode, 12. 6th District, John Goode, 4; Treadway, 3. 7th District, Holcombe, 4; Leake, 1. 8th District, Dejarnette, 35; Morton, 22. The 37th Regiment, (Colonel Fulkerson,) gave 300 votes for Davis and Steh Congressional District, gave Walter Preston 219; F. McMullin, 81. The 44th regiment (Col. Wm. C. Scott) gave 183 votes for Davis and Stephens. Holcombe received 59 and Leake 11 votes in the 7th Congressional District; in the 4th District, Pryor received 71; Bocock 71, and T. F. Goode I vote for the 5th District; in the 3d District, Lyons received 8, MacFarlane 1, and Tyler 4 votes; 8th District, Dejarnette 4, Morton 3. In the 6th District, John Goode received 2 votes.[Your corresponden
Walter Preston (search for this): article 19
a portion of Shumaker's and Anderson's Batteries, gave the following vote: Davis and Stephens, 164. Congressional Districts--3d District, Lyons, 7; MacFarlane, 3; Tyler, 1. 4th District, Pryor, 18. 5th District, Bocock, 36; T. F. Goode, 12. 6th District, John Goode, 4; Treadway, 3. 7th District, Holcombe, 4; Leake, 1. 8th District, Dejarnette, 35; Morton, 22. The 37th Regiment, (Colonel Fulkerson,) gave 300 votes for Davis and Stephens, and in the 13th Congressional District, gave Walter Preston 219; F. McMullin, 81. The 44th regiment (Col. Wm. C. Scott) gave 183 votes for Davis and Stephens. Holcombe received 59 and Leake 11 votes in the 7th Congressional District; in the 4th District, Pryor received 71; Bocock 71, and T. F. Goode I vote for the 5th District; in the 3d District, Lyons received 8, MacFarlane 1, and Tyler 4 votes; 8th District, Dejarnette 4, Morton 3. In the 6th District, John Goode received 2 votes.[Your correspondent is indebted to the politeness of Lieu
.[Your correspondent is indebted to the politeness of Lieut. Ed. Alfriend, of company E., for the above returns.] This regiment has a number on the sick list and also on detached service. Major Reger's battalion gave their entire vote for Davis and Stephens. For the 15th Congressional District, Ro. Johnston got 31 and Morrall 2 votes. For the 11th District, Col. Baldwin received 38, Harper 36, Coffman 1, Stein 1, and Baylor 1 vote. Rice's battery voted with this battalion. In Col. Reynold's brigade, (formerly Jackson's) the 31st regiment, gave Ro. Johnston 133 and Morrall 36 votes for the 15th Congressional District. For the 14th District, Kidwell got 30 and Russell 10 votes. The full vote for Davis and Stephens. Major Hansborough's battalion, Robt. Johnston got 40 and Morrall 3 votes for the 15th Congressional District. The above is official and may be relied on. Excuse the manner in which it is written, as it is so cold that your correspondent can scarcely hold h
ke 11 votes in the 7th Congressional District; in the 4th District, Pryor received 71; Bocock 71, and T. F. Goode I vote for the 5th District; in the 3d District, Lyons received 8, MacFarlane 1, and Tyler 4 votes; 8th District, Dejarnette 4, Morton 3. In the 6th District, John Goode received 2 votes.[Your correspondent is indebted to the politeness of Lieut. Ed. Alfriend, of company E., for the above returns.] This regiment has a number on the sick list and also on detached service. Major Reger's battalion gave their entire vote for Davis and Stephens. For the 15th Congressional District, Ro. Johnston got 31 and Morrall 2 votes. For the 11th District, Col. Baldwin received 38, Harper 36, Coffman 1, Stein 1, and Baylor 1 vote. Rice's battery voted with this battalion. In Col. Reynold's brigade, (formerly Jackson's) the 31st regiment, gave Ro. Johnston 133 and Morrall 36 votes for the 15th Congressional District. For the 14th District, Kidwell got 30 and Russell 10 votes.
Hansborough (search for this): article 19
bted to the politeness of Lieut. Ed. Alfriend, of company E., for the above returns.] This regiment has a number on the sick list and also on detached service. Major Reger's battalion gave their entire vote for Davis and Stephens. For the 15th Congressional District, Ro. Johnston got 31 and Morrall 2 votes. For the 11th District, Col. Baldwin received 38, Harper 36, Coffman 1, Stein 1, and Baylor 1 vote. Rice's battery voted with this battalion. In Col. Reynold's brigade, (formerly Jackson's) the 31st regiment, gave Ro. Johnston 133 and Morrall 36 votes for the 15th Congressional District. For the 14th District, Kidwell got 30 and Russell 10 votes. The full vote for Davis and Stephens. Major Hansborough's battalion, Robt. Johnston got 40 and Morrall 3 votes for the 15th Congressional District. The above is official and may be relied on. Excuse the manner in which it is written, as it is so cold that your correspondent can scarcely hold his pen in his hand. Ned.
James Lyons (search for this): article 19
large number of the men being absent on detached service and the very inclement weather. The 23d, with a portion of Shumaker's and Anderson's Batteries, gave the following vote: Davis and Stephens, 164. Congressional Districts--3d District, Lyons, 7; MacFarlane, 3; Tyler, 1. 4th District, Pryor, 18. 5th District, Bocock, 36; T. F. Goode, 12. 6th District, John Goode, 4; Treadway, 3. 7th District, Holcombe, 4; Leake, 1. 8th District, Dejarnette, 35; Morton, 22. The 37th Regiment, (Col. Wm. C. Scott) gave 183 votes for Davis and Stephens. Holcombe received 59 and Leake 11 votes in the 7th Congressional District; in the 4th District, Pryor received 71; Bocock 71, and T. F. Goode I vote for the 5th District; in the 3d District, Lyons received 8, MacFarlane 1, and Tyler 4 votes; 8th District, Dejarnette 4, Morton 3. In the 6th District, John Goode received 2 votes.[Your correspondent is indebted to the politeness of Lieut. Ed. Alfriend, of company E., for the above returns.]
d Tyler 4 votes; 8th District, Dejarnette 4, Morton 3. In the 6th District, John Goode received 2 votes.[Your correspondent is indebted to the politeness of Lieut. Ed. Alfriend, of company E., for the above returns.] This regiment has a number on the sick list and also on detached service. Major Reger's battalion gave their entire vote for Davis and Stephens. For the 15th Congressional District, Ro. Johnston got 31 and Morrall 2 votes. For the 11th District, Col. Baldwin received 38, Harper 36, Coffman 1, Stein 1, and Baylor 1 vote. Rice's battery voted with this battalion. In Col. Reynold's brigade, (formerly Jackson's) the 31st regiment, gave Ro. Johnston 133 and Morrall 36 votes for the 15th Congressional District. For the 14th District, Kidwell got 30 and Russell 10 votes. The full vote for Davis and Stephens. Major Hansborough's battalion, Robt. Johnston got 40 and Morrall 3 votes for the 15th Congressional District. The above is official and may be relied on
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