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Flowers left for William Loring
Loring, William Wing. Papers, 1862.Accession 13869. 1 volume (320 pages) and 10 pages. The Library of Va. Papers, 1862, of Major General William Wing Loring (1818-1886), commander of the First Division, Department of Norfolk until the evacuation of Nofolk and of the Department of Southwest Virginia. Includes Loring's letterbook while serving in those departments during 1862 and containing correspondence and orders to other military officers. Also includes loose letters concerning orders, deserters, and Loring's campaign in the Kanawha River Valley in western (now West) Virginia. Papers, 1862, of the Department of Southwestern Virginia (Confederate) commanded by General William Wing Loring (1818-1886), consisting of charges and specifications for desertion against Private Thomas J. Phillips (1834-1901) and against Private John C. Combs (1839-1913), both endorsed as approved by W. B. Myers for General Loring; letter, 24 August 1862, from Major J. Floyd King, Headquarters, Department of Southwestern Virginia, to Colonel Henry Fitzhugh (b. ca. 1810), assistant adjutant general, stating that the firing of guns by Captain Bryan was an act of indiscretion and not willful disobedience and asking that Captain Bryan be released from house arrest and charges withdrawn; and letter, 24 August 1862, from Allen T. Caperton (1810-1876), Provost Marshall for Monroe County (West) Virginia, to Major General Loring, commenting on the disposition of property of disloyal citizens who have fled to the enemy.
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 Added: Dec. 29, 2012

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