Here is the one hit I got on the Richmond Dispatch search engine:
Richmond, March22, 1862.
Company "D," Bethel Battery, of the "Degournay Battalion of Artillery," being nearly complete in numbers, the members are requested to report forthwith at the Rendezvous, on Bank street, near the Treasury, to enable the Master and Pay Rolis to be prepared before the 30th instant. Any man neglecting this notice will be published as a deserter, and dealt with according to the articles of war.
A good Carpenter, or Wheelwright, a Drummer and Fifer, and a few able-bodied men will be received. None but respectable persons need apply, as the Company is composed of citizens of high character and standing.
W. Norris Coffin, Capt.
Com'dg Co. D, Bethel Artillery.