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    Charles M. Eames (Author)

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 Excerpt: ...organization completed. On the 18th, a portion of the company and quartermaster's stores were transported to Camp Yates and a detachment of Springfield Grays detailed to mount guard tor the night. On the 19th, Capt. Wyatt's company of Lincoln, (afterwards of the Seventh Regiment) arrived at Camp Yates. On the 21st, two companies from Quincy (afterwards of the Tenth Regiment) arrived at Camp Yates. On the 22d, two companies from Jacksonville (afterwards of the 10th regiment) ar'rived at Camp Yates. On the afternoon of the same day. Companies A and B, Quincy Guards, the Hardin Light Guards, of Jacksonville, the Union Guards, of Jacksonville and Hopkins battery of light artillery departed for Cairo, after having been duly mustered into the state service by Adj-Gen. Mather. The Hardin Light Guards, of Jacksonville, mentioned above, Capt. Chas H. Adams, (afterwards Co. B, 10 1ll. Infy.) every man of them enlisted on April 16, 1861, and it is within the knowledge of the undersigned that on the next day (A pril 17th) Capt. Adams tendered the full company to the governor. At the time of the departure of the Quincy and Jacksonville companies and Hopkins' battery, the only troops left in Camp Yates was the company of Capt. Wyatt from Lincoln. The companies named arrived at Cairo on the night of the 23d, and at once entered into active service--that is such active service as was demanded at the post at that time--which. however, was not very arduous, consisting principally of standing guard on the levee, making cartridges (we had left Springfield without a round of ammunition) and trying to crowd about 25 meninto an eight-man wall tent. Within two days after we reached Cairo, a regimental organization was completed and field officers chosen, and everything was re...
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  • PDF | 224 pages
  • Charles M. Eames (Author)
  • RareBooksClub.com (4 Mar. 2012)
  • English
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