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Michael Garitty (search for this): article 16
Man S. --A man named Michael Garitty, confined in the guard-house on Franklin street as a deserter, attempted on Saturday night to escape, and refusing to halt at the command of the sentinel, was shot through the breast, and dangerously if not fatally wounded.
In Custody. --Bass Levy, the most notorious desperado in Baltimore, was recently captured by our forces near Front Royal, while acting as Quartermaster of the 1st Maryland regiment--a Yankee concern composed of cut-throats like himself.
Front Royal (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 17
In Custody. --Bass Levy, the most notorious desperado in Baltimore, was recently captured by our forces near Front Royal, while acting as Quartermaster of the 1st Maryland regiment--a Yankee concern composed of cut-throats like himself.
Tobacco Inspector appointed. --The Governor has appointed Luke Wade. Jr., inspector of Friend's Warehouse, in Lynchburg, Va., vice Clifton D Jennings, resigned.
Tobacco Inspector appointed. --The Governor has appointed Luke Wade. Jr., inspector of Friend's Warehouse, in Lynchburg, Va., vice Clifton D Jennings, resigned.
Tobacco Inspector appointed. --The Governor has appointed Luke Wade. Jr., inspector of Friend's Warehouse, in Lynchburg, Va., vice Clifton D Jennings, resigned.
Tobacco Inspector appointed. --The Governor has appointed Luke Wade. Jr., inspector of Friend's Warehouse, in Lynchburg, Va., vice Clifton D Jennings, resigned.
Lynchburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 18
Tobacco Inspector appointed. --The Governor has appointed Luke Wade. Jr., inspector of Friend's Warehouse, in Lynchburg, Va., vice Clifton D Jennings, resigned.
Gen. Anderson, of Tennessee. Brigade Headquarters,Third Brigade Tennessee Volunteers. May 27th, 1862. At a meeting of the officers of this Brigade, at Brigade Headquarters, on motion of Lieut. Col. Howard, Brig. Gen. R. Hatton was called to the Chair, and Captain Hickman Johnson was appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting was announced to be the adoption of appropriate resolutions concerning the recent resignation of General Samuel R. Anderson, of Tennessee, as Brigadier of this command: Whereupon the following were presented by Colonel Peter Turney, and unanimously approved: Whereas, Brig.-Gen. Samuel R. Anderson, impelled by failing strength, and continued physical exhaustion, consequent upon an arduous campaign of more than eight months in Northwestern Virginia, and more recently on the Peninsula, has separated himself from as through a formal resignation of his commission: Therefore, be it. Resolved, That in this separation we are much pained, and in
Peter Turney (search for this): article 2
Tennessee Volunteers. May 27th, 1862. At a meeting of the officers of this Brigade, at Brigade Headquarters, on motion of Lieut. Col. Howard, Brig. Gen. R. Hatton was called to the Chair, and Captain Hickman Johnson was appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting was announced to be the adoption of appropriate resolutions concerning the recent resignation of General Samuel R. Anderson, of Tennessee, as Brigadier of this command: Whereupon the following were presented by Colonel Peter Turney, and unanimously approved: Whereas, Brig.-Gen. Samuel R. Anderson, impelled by failing strength, and continued physical exhaustion, consequent upon an arduous campaign of more than eight months in Northwestern Virginia, and more recently on the Peninsula, has separated himself from as through a formal resignation of his commission: Therefore, be it. Resolved, That in this separation we are much pained, and in the expression of this sentiment we heartily represent that of the
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