War of the Rebellion: Serial 108 Page 0189 Chapter LXIII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

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Georgia, Colonel Anderson; Kentucky Battalion, Major Thomas Claiborne, Fifth Brigade; Tenth Alabama, Lieutenant-Colonel Martin; Thirty-eithth Virginia, Colonel Edmonds; Eleventh Alabama, Colonel Moore; Ninth Alabama, Colonel Wilcox; Nineteenth Mississippi, Colonel Mott. The above commanders will send to this office a report stating the total number of men, officers, and servants of their commands who will require transportation.

JOHN H. FORNEY,

Colonel Tenth Alabama Regiment, Commanding Fifth Brigade.

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ORDERS,

HEADQUARTERS FLOYD'S BRIGADE, Numbers 2.

Camp Jackson, July 21, 1861.

The Fiftienth Virginia Regiment (Floyd's brigade), under command of Colonel A. W. Reynolds, will be held in readiness to move to-morrow at 2.30 o'clock by railroad to Salem, where it will take post until further orders. Second. Major C. E. Thorburn, Fiftienth Virginia Regiment, will take charge of the three companies of cavalry now here and prepare them to march in the direction of the Sweet Springs. The quartermaster will assign to the cavalry companies six wagons, and make all necessary arrangements for the troops on the march. All baggage and stores belonging to the Fiftieth Regiment will be transported by railroad to Salem. The commissary will supply the regiment with rations for two days.

By order of Brigadier General John B. Floyd, commanding brigade:

WILLIAM E. PETERS,

Adjutant-General.

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RICHMOND, July 22, 1861.

Major H. L. CLAY,

Lynchburg, Va.:

Colonel T. W. Thomas' Georgia regiment passed Wytheville this morning for Lynchburg. Send it to Manassas. Keep the sixty men of A. Rust's Arkansas regiment until they are armed, and send them to Staunton to join the regiment.

S. COOPER,

Adjutant-General.

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RICHMOND, July 22, 1861.

Major H. L. CLAY,

Lynchburg, Va.:

Muster the Georgia regiment if there are other armed troops to occupy the trains. If not, let the regiment go forward to be mustered at Manassas.

S. COOPER,

Adjutant-General, &c.

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RICHMOND, July 22, 1861.

Colonel B. D. FRY,

Montgomery, Ala.:

Proceed to this place at once with your regiment, where it will be armed. Move without delay.

L. P. WALKER.

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