COL. GREGORY'S REGIMENT of Ninety-first Pennsylvania Volunteers, now at Camp Chase, on the Darby road, have received orders to march, and will strike tents to-day, and leave for Washington this afternoon. The officers and men of Company K, on Saturday, received a supply of underclothing and other articles of apparel to protect them from inclement weather, donated by the Ladies' Bible class of the North Broad Street Baptist Church.
['Meeting in behalf of soldiers', Philadelphia Inquirer 20 January 1862 page 8]
MEETING IN BEHALF OF SOLDIERS.--Last evening, the seventeenth meeting in behalf of the soldiers, held in this city, under the direction of the Young Men's Christian Association, took place in the Rev. Dr. McDOWELL'S Church, Eleventh street, above Spring Garden, at which addresses were delivered by the Rev. B. GRIFFITHS, Secretary of the Baptist Publication Society; the Rev. JAMES M. CROWELL, Rev. J. A. BROWN, Chaplain of the Thomas A. Scott Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers; and Colonel E. M. GREGORY, of the Ninety-first Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.