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on. Colonel Chatfield's report. Headquarters 3D regiment Conn. Vol. Arlington, Va., July 24, 1861. To Col. E. D. Keyes, Commanding First Brigade, First Division: I marched with my command Headquarters Second brigade, Second Division Major General McDowell's column, Washington, July 24, 1861. To Colonel Hunter, Commanding Second Division: sir:--I have the honor to report that theomac. Major Sykes's report. Headquarters, battalion of regulars, camp Trumbull, Va., July 24, 1861. Captain: In compliance with your circular of the 23d inst., I have the honor to report t Report of Colonel Gorman. Headquarters First Minnesota regiment, Washington, D. C., July 24, 1861. Colonel Franklin, Commanding First Brigade Colonel Heintzelman's Division, N. E. Virginia: h Division. Colonel miles's report. Headquarters Fifth Division, camp near Alexandria, July 24, 1861. Capt. James B. Fry, Assistant Adjutant-General, Headquarters Department: sir: My health
several regiments, including ours, all the way from the battle-field to Cub Run, and again resumed after three or four miles, Mr. Russell says nothing — he did not see it--he wasn't there. Yet his story will be received as Times' gospel, not to be gainsayed, by hundreds of thousands in England, while the contradiction, if it ever reaches there, will come as a stale American apology, unworthy of belief. De W. Winthrop De Wolf. Russell's Second letter on Bull Run. Washington, July 24, 1861. As no one can say what a day or a night may bring forth, particularly in time of way, I avail myself of a chance of probable quiet, such as it is, amid the rolling of drums, the braying of trumpets and bands, the noise of marching men, rolling of wagons, and general life and activity in the streets, to write some remarks on the action at Manassas or Bull Run. Of its general effects abroad, and on the North and South, a larger and perhaps a better view can be taken from Europe than o
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 125.-Southern Bank Convention. (search)
Doc. 125.-Southern Bank Convention. Richmond, July 24, 1861. Pursuant to adjournment, delegates from the Banks within the Confederate States of America, called by virtue of certain resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Tennessee, convened here this day. The President having called the Convention to order, requested the gentlemen representing their several Banks to register their names, whereupon the following delegates presented themselves: Alabama.--Central Bank of Alabama, Wm. Knox, Charles T. Pollard. Florida.--None. Georgia.--Planters' Bank of the State of Georgia, R. R. Cuyler; Central Railroad and Banking Company of Georgia, R. R. Cuyler; Bank of Commerce, G. B. Lamar; Bank of Columbus, G. B. Lamar; Mechanics' Bank of Augusta, Thomas S. Metcalf; Bank of Augusta,---------. Louisiana.--Crescent City Bank, W. C. Tompkins, J. O. Nixon. North Carolina.--Bank of the State of North Carolina, G. W. Mordecai; Bank of Cape Fear, W. A. Wright; Farmers'
Doc. 133.-attack on Forsythe, Missouri, July 22, 1861. Springfield, Mo., Wednesday, July 24, 1861. Last Saturday 1,200 men were detailed, under Gen. Sweeney, to break up a secession camp located at Forsythe — a point about fifty miles south of this, and situated at or near the foot of the Ozark Mountains. Monday, at starting, we were thirty miles from Forsythe, having only made twenty miles in the two days previous, owing to heavy rains and the consequent almost impassable character of the mountain roads. However, the day was cool, and the men pushed forward with a vigor that brought them to their destination at 2 P. M. of the same day. Our command was composed of Companies C and D, Dragoons, under Capt. Stanley, a section of Capt. Totten's battery, under charge of Lieut. Sokalski, five hundred of the First Iowa regiment, under Lieut.-Col. Merritt, and a balance made up of mounted Kansas Volunteers, under Capt. Wood, and Second Kansas Infantry, under Col. Mitchell. F