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The 45th Virginia. --This regiment appeared first in the field under General Floyd, in Western Virginia. Owing to a conspiracy of circumstances it had acquired not a great deal of credit for itself up to the period of Loring's march into Kanawha, when it acquitted itself well in an engagement with the enemy. At the late battle near the White Sulphur, however, it completely vindicated its name from all aspersions and established its character as one of the most determined and brave amongst Virginia regiments. It there defended an important position, and sustained the enemy's terrible charges with the coolest and most unwavering resolution. It is one of Gen. Jones's crack regiments.
The 45th Virginia. --This regiment appeared first in the field under General Floyd, in Western Virginia. Owing to a conspiracy of circumstances it had acquired not a great deal of credit for itself up to the period of Loring's march into Kanawha, when it acquitted itself well in an engagement with the enemy. At the late battle near the White Sulphur, however, it completely vindicated its name from all aspersions and established its character as one of the most determined and brave amongst Virginia regiments. It there defended an important position, and sustained the enemy's terrible charges with the coolest and most unwavering resolution. It is one of Gen. Jones's crack regiments.
The 45th Virginia. --This regiment appeared first in the field under General Floyd, in Western Virginia. Owing to a conspiracy of circumstances it had acquired not a great deal of credit for itself up to the period of Loring's march into Kanawha, when it acquitted itself well in an engagement with the enemy. At the late battle near the White Sulphur, however, it completely vindicated its name from all aspersions and established its character as one of the most determined and brave amongst Virginia regiments. It there defended an important position, and sustained the enemy's terrible charges with the coolest and most unwavering resolution. It is one of Gen. Jones's crack regiments.
The 45th Virginia. --This regiment appeared first in the field under General Floyd, in Western Virginia. Owing to a conspiracy of circumstances it had acquired not a great deal of credit for itself up to the period of Loring's march into Kanawha, when it acquitted itself well in an engagement with the enemy. At the late battle near the White Sulphur, however, it completely vindicated its name from all aspersions and established its character as one of the most determined and brave amongst Virginia regiments. It there defended an important position, and sustained the enemy's terrible charges with the coolest and most unwavering resolution. It is one of Gen. Jones's crack regiments.