18610612 Bounty for Alamance soldiers in the 6th NCST
? ' For the Standard. Mr, Eoixoa:rn:The Justices of Alamance ,county . have appropriated twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five thousand dollars to equip her volunteers, and to give each private a bounty of itwenty dollars, independent of the bounty bounty given by the State. . Alamance has the following companies already in the field, to-wit: to-wit: to-wit: Alamance Regulators,; Capt; Thomas Ruffin, third Regiment, one hundred, men; Hawfield Boys. Cant Wilson. -eighty -eighty men, in the service during the war, OoL Fisher's Regiment ; Alamance Boys, Capt Stockard. , eighty men, at Garysburg; and two. companies now awaiting orders, seventy-hve seventy-hve seventy-hve men each. So Alamance Alamance basin the .field, and ready for the field, four hundred and tnLmen, and all equipped by the county showing to the world that whilst shew"as. true to the old Union as long as there was Union or hope of Union, she is true to her section when her section is wronged. Let the counties that were so anxious for a fight but respond like Alamance and the other conservative counties, and Lincoln's forces will never find foothold on Carolina's soiL M. Alamance County, June 8, 1861.