Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by Jackie Martin.
THE ONE-HUNDRED-AND-NINETY-NINTH REGIMENT—This regiment, under command of Colonel A. A. LECHLER, broke camp yesterday morning, and after marching through a number of the streets of the city, proceeded to the Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, after which they left for the seat of war. Loud cheers were given for LINCOLN and JOHNSON as they passed along.1
- “The One-Hundred-And-Ninety-Ninth Regiment.” Philadelphia Inquirer. October 1, 1864, p. 2 col. 4 ↩