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.cross it in some five or six years,
eht farm lands in Sumter County F
YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL
'HE TIME HE DID?1
iat are hilly and barren, and which
ps, when there are good lands with
e many times more with less effort
are increasing in value very fast,
s and well drained, and with intelli
value within a very short time. c
niles of Sumter, the largest cotton
:h are capable of bale or more to 1
Lree miles of good school, at a price
em over. 2
em, you can select a farm now, 1
ence of good faith, first payment
iat will be a joy to you in your old.,
something to your children, don't -'
you have been unable to get ahead',
ake him rich.
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SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
Teexamination for the award ofA
vacant scholarships i n Winthrop
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be new students will be held at the Counts
se Court House on Friday, July 1, at
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than fifteen years of age. When Schol-1
nt will be awarded to those making the
shighest average at this examination,
nprovided they meet the conditions
ofgoverning the award. Applicants fore
hoarships should write to President I
rJohnson before the examination for
2. Scholarship examination blanks.
dScholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 21, 1910. For further infor- P
mation and catalogue, address Pres.
ATTLES OF THE 7TH S. C. BAT
E;ir. dizo:-: Sincea my skezch pu,b
s me ime since on Hazood's
:-iI d at i1e sieg of Petersburg,
b-e been Nkel, man:j giesti::ns by
d com:-aes in regard to many in
ances that occurred in the 7th S. C.
:ttalien during o' services in Vir
.Nuo. :ct being able to answer them
i from, memry, if you will please
Li this I will deem it a pteasq
rk 0o eu to our old C urviving
jades inv-r.tory of battles
at ams o;:cupiel during the
edata was n a diary o our
1o Col. James H. Rion.
Ptcotali,. 22nd October. 1862.
MIo:rislIa-d. 10th July. 186'.
Battery Wagner, 11th July. 1862.
Walthall '.Iuncii3n. Va.. 6th 'May,
SntCreek. Ith MIay,184
Drurv's Bluff, 16th May. 1864.
B(.-muda Bluff. 18th May. 1864.
Ccid Harbor; 3rd June, 1864. (Lieut.
hos. M. 'McCants was killed here.
Petersburg Front, 16th June. 1864.
Pftersburg Front, 1Sth June, 1864.
ie't. WmN. A. Harvey was killed
Petersburg Front, 24th June, 1864.
ieut. Col. P. .H. Nelson was killed
in trenches July and August, 1864,
eam's Station, 21st August, 1864.
ieut. L. Isbell, S. Wade Douglass
id R. W. Kennedy, of Ccmpany B,
ere killed here.)
Rear of Fort Harrison, 7th October,
Lines North James River, 27th Oc
hber, 1864. .
Fort Fisher Expeditions, 14th and
;th January, 1865.
Fort Anderson, 17, 18th and 19th
Town Creek, 20th February, 1865.
Evacuation of Wilmington, 22nd of
Nause River (left) Kingston, 8th
Nause River, (salient), 9th 'March,
Nause Rivdr (right), 10th 'March,
Bentonsville, 19th "March. 1865.
[2ieut. Fdward N. Bell was killed
Bentonsville (cavalry lines), 21st
'Camp Gd 7th Battalion.
Adam's Run, 28rd February. 1862.
Pocotaligo, 22nd October, 1862.
John Island, 7th May, 1863.
Church Flats. 10th 'May, 1863.
Morris Island.. 110 July, 1863.
Battery Marshall (Sulivano Island),
'th July.. 1864. S
Fort Johnson (Jones' Island), .3rd
arch, 1864. F
Wilmington, N. C., 2nd M1ay, 1864.
Albermarle Sound, 5th Mlay, 1864. 1
Pet'rsburg, Va., 7th May, I Y4.
Drury's Bluff, 12th May. 1864. 3
Bermuda Hundreds, 1$th? May. 1864-.2
Richmond, 2nd June, 1864- 7t
Cold Harbor, 3rd June, 1864.
Petersburg, 15th June, 1864. 1
Dunlap's Farm, September, 1864.
F'rt Harrison Front, 30th Septem- 31
North Side. James River, 21st Oc- L
aber, 1864. 1
gugar Loaf, 25th December, 1864.
Camp Whitney (near Wilmington), w)
it January, 1865.
Sugar Loaf, 14th January, 1865. T]
Fort Anderson, 15th Januta-ry, 1865
Town Creek, 20th February, 1865
Dam No. 2, below Wilmington, -25th
Northeast Cape Fair River, 26th ed
ebruary, 1865.- t
Rock Fish Creek, 24th Fe',ruary, ai
Kingston, N. C., 7th M\arch, 1865.c
Mosely Hall, 12th March, 1865. c
Three miles' from G'oldsboro, 14thd
Two miles from Smithfield 15th,
Four miles beyond Smithfield, "1
amp Joe J1., 16th March, 1865.
Black Creek bridge, 17th March,
965. . hi
Two miles from Bentonsville, 18th ia
[arch. 1865. i
Benonsville lines before Sherman, is
)th MIarch, 1865.
Bentonsville left flank lines. 20th oi
Bentonsville cavalry lines'. 21st of
Bicuac (sea of fire) near Black. i
reek, Miarch 26th, 1865.
Between Black Creek and Smith- il
eld, 23rd March, 1865. u
One mile from Smithfield station.c
.& R. R. R., 24th March, 1865. t
Five miles from S. station towardsv
aleigh, 10th April, 1865.
Five miles fras..Raleigh, 11th of W
pril, 1865. tI
Six miles beyond Raleigh, 12the
7307 RIver, litis Airil, 1865.u
Ala..mecs RivW ' ti
sour miles ferI Green's, 16th April, D
Camp Surrender, 17th April, 1865.
Camp Reese, one mile from last
imp, six miles from Salem, 10th
Center, 11 miles from Greensboro,
rd March, 1865.
Near Trinity. 3 miles from High a
oint. 26th March, 1865. .s.
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2miles, 6 miles beyond Stokes'
7, 4th' May 1865.
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2miles, 8 miles from Monroe, 6th
, 1865. -0
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2miles Gladden's Grove, 8th May,
1miles, Winnsboro (home), 9th
sbanded Hagood's Brigade at'
Laster C. H., Sunday, 7th May,/
his brigade numbered only 30
IDER OF THE SIXTH BEGI-IS
XENT, S. C. V. m
7nncoro Register, April- 1861.
he following is the tender propos
y the Colonel to the Companies ofl
sRegimenst. All of the Fai.rield,E
dtwo of the Chester Companies0
ebeen heard from, all of whom
ur in the tender. When all the A
panies are heard from, the te d- IJ
wl be made.
adquarters Sixth Regiment, S. C.0
V, Winnsboro, S. C., March 20th,U
on. Jefferson Davis, President of _____
e "Confederate States:
~he Regiment which I have the
r to command was raised espec
ll for the defence of South C.aro-0
; but the same spirit of patriot-'
nwhich actuated the members of w (
sRegiment to volunteer in defence*
heir State, has caused them to*
Ltorze me to tender their services
efence of our common country,U
Confederate States, in the follow
To-wit: That in event of a con
Ctof arms becoming imminent, vol
iters from this State are needed
ractive service in the field. In 0 ~ 1
scontingency we tender our ser-U
s to you for twelve months, pro
d that the Governor of this State
lthen consent to our transfer to.
eVolunteer service of the Confed-4
"This Regiment is composed of ten0
ilo.rmed Companies, eight Infaiy
yof the Line and two Rifle Coin
nes, with an average strength of1 10
hty-five men each.
JAMES H. RION.
"Colonel." SO0T0 *
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