Light Artillery Continued.
Richmond howitzers Continued.
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* Reminiscences of the First company of Richmond how-
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* Roster. 1861. (In Confederate memorial literary society.
* Roster. Dec, 1861. (In Confederate memorial literary
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* Muster-roll. Apr, 1861. (In Confederate memorial
literary society. Richmond.)
* Roster. Apr. 9, 1865. (In Confederate memorial liter-
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* The story of a connoneer under Stonewall Jackson, in
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* A sketch of the life of Randolph Fairfax . . . including a
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