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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 30: (search)
ams, Gardner Phipps and L. Kenney; Engineers, Thomas Doughty, David Hawksworth, W. B. Hovey, G, W. Voice, George Wadell and Josephus Blake; Acting-Carpenter, James E. Green. Steam gun-boat General Bragg 4th rate). Lieutenant, Joshua Bishop; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, W. A. Collins; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, J. H. Jenkins; Acting-Ensigns, T. J. McLaughlin and Edw. F. Phelps; Acting-Master's Mates, Alex. Lee, John Lawson and John Ackley; Engineers, Oliver Titcomb, E. W. Andrews and Joseph Anderson; Acting-Gunner, Lewis Dawson; Acting-Carpenter, L. D. Johnston. Iron-clad steamer Mound City (4th rate). *Lieutenant, Byron Wilson; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, R. Cadwallader; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, B. J. Donohue; Acting Ensigns, James Martin, F. T. Coleman, S. B. Coleman and DeWayne Stebbins; Acting-Master's Mate, R. V. Lamport; Engineers, Edw. Merriman, R. M. Gardiner, A. N. Derby, Elihu Stephens and J. N. Hartnett; Gunner, Herman Peters. Steamer General Price (4th rate).
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 42: Red River expedition.--continued. (search)
ll and Anthony Lane; Acting-Gunner, W. E. Keyes; Acting-Carpenter, J. H. Fink. Steamer General Bragg. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, Cyrenius Dominey-Acting Assistant Surgeon, F. A. Castle; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, J. H. Jenkins; Acting-Ensigns, Thomas Burns, T. J. McLaughlin and M. Huston; Acting-Master's Mates, James Williams and P. M. Frost; Engineers Acting-Chief, J. Miller; Acting-First-Assistant, Jonah Slocum; Acting-Second-Assistant, C. L. Bonchard; Acting-Third-Assistant, Joseph Anderson; Acting-Carpenter, J. W. Kennedy. Iron-clad steamer Neosho. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, Samuel Howard; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, M. A. Miller; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, W. H. Byrn; Acting Ensigns, E. F. Brooks, Jas. Downs, E. P. Bragg and R. Howden; Acting-Master's Mates, H. J. Kiskadden, Alex. Semple and H. B. Purdy; Engineers: Acting-Chief, Wm. Mills; Acting-First-Assistant, W. C. Sanford; Acting-Second-Assistant, J. L. Miles; Acting-Third-Assistants, J. F. Humphreys and M. C
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 55: operations of the Mississippi Squadron in the latter part of 1864 and in 1865. (search)
ligan; Acting-Third-Assistant, J. H. Holman. Indianola--Fourth-rate. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, James Lanning. General Bragg--Fourth-rate. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, Cyrenius Deminey; Acting-Master, W. L. Holcomb; Acting-Ensigns, M. Houston and F. H. Waite; Acting-Master's Mates, James Williams, C. L. Chapman and Wm. Dickson; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, F. A. Castle; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, L. C. Stebbins; Engineers: Acting-Chief, James Miller; Acting-Second-Assistants, Jos. Anderson and J. A. Wilson; Acting-Carpenter, J. W. Kennedy. Generail Price--Fourth-rate. Acting-Volunteer Lieutenant, W. R. Wells; Acting-Master, H. E. Bartlett; Acting-Ensigns, J. H. Leever and D. P. Bosworth, Jr.; Acting-Master's Mates, D. McKay, P. Barclay and W. W. McCracker; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, Geo. Harvey; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, T. F. Croft; Engineers: Acting-Chief, Thos. Sheffer; Acting-First-Assistant, A. R. Calhoun; Acting-Second-Assistant, A. Campbell; Acting-Third-Assi
Corporal P. O'Conner, slight; Corporal J. F. Fudge, severe; privates A. Staff, severe; A. J. Barrow, severe; George Myers, severe; William Baggage, severe; John Miller, slight; E. Piper, severe; John Sawyers, slight; James Gluver, slight; Isaac Swindle, slight; R. Martin, slight; William Newcomer, slight; M. Clemm, slight; H. Loch, severe; A. McCarty, slight; J. Hawkins, severe; John O'Niel, slight; W. Allemong, severe; John McCarty, slight; Joseph Grim, slight; John Cadwalader, slight; Joseph Anderson, missing. Ten horses killed and four disabled. George McKendree, Lieutenant, commanding Battery. Report of Colonel Warren. headquarters Taliaferro's brigade, December 19, 1862. Major Taliaferro, Assistant Adjutant-General Jackson's Division: Major: In obedience to orders, I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by this brigade in the recent action near Fredericksburg: The brigade left its encampment Friday morning about sunrise, and, on arrivin
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), State of Tennessee, (search)
ylorAssumes officeJan., 1897 Benton McMillinAssumes officeJan., 1899 Benton McMillinAssumes officeJan., 1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of CongressTerm. William Blount4th to 5th1796 to 1797 William Cocke4th to 9th1796 to 1805 Joseph Anderson5th1797 to 1798 Andrew Jackson5th1797 to 1798 Daniel Smith5th1798 Joseph Anderson6th to 14th1799 to 1815 Daniel Smith9th to 11th1805 to 1809 Jenkin Whiteside11th to 12th1809 to 1811 George W. Campbell12th to 13th1811 to 1814 Jesse WharJoseph Anderson6th to 14th1799 to 1815 Daniel Smith9th to 11th1805 to 1809 Jenkin Whiteside11th to 12th1809 to 1811 George W. Campbell12th to 13th1811 to 1814 Jesse Wharton13th to 14th1814 to 1815 John Williams14th to 18th1815 to 1823 George W. Campbell14th to 15th1815 to 1818 United States Senators—--continued. Name.No. of Congress.Term. John Henry Eaton15th to 21st1818 to 1829 Andrew Jackson18th to 19th1823 to 1825 Hugh Lawson White19th to 26th1825 to 1840 Felix Grundy21st to 25th1829 to 1838 Ephraim H. Foster25th to 26th1838 to 1839 Alexander Anderson26th to 27th1840 to 1841 Felix Grundy26th1839 to 1840 Alfred O. P. Nicholson26th to 28th184
Hon. J. L. M. Curry , LL.D., William Robertson Garrett , A. M. , Ph.D., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 1.1, Legal Justification of the South in secession, The South as a factor in the territorial expansion of the United States (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), The South as a factor in the territorial expansion of the United States. (search)
ation of West Florida was referred to a committee consisting of Senators Giles, Pope, Crawford, Anderson and Bradley. This committee reported a bill, which passed first reading December 18th, declari Senators Clay, of Kentucky; Crawford, of Georgia; Bradley, of Vermont; Smith, of Maryland, and Anderson, of Tennessee (Annals of Congress, 1810-1811, pp. 370-76), and on January 7th, Mr. Clay, from tmitted, confidentially, to the Senate June 5th, and was referred to a committee, of which Mr. Joseph Anderson, of Tennessee, was chairman. The committee reported it June 8th, with amendments. Afterairs of East Florida were in this indefinite shape when Congress assembled in November, 81 2. Mr. Anderson, of Tennessee, brought up the matter in the Senate December 10, 1812. A committee was appointed, from which committee Mr. Anderson reported a bill (Annals of Congress, 1812-1813, pp. 124, 127), January 19, 1813, to take possession of both the Floridas, East Florida to be held subject to futu
this defect, really, that prevented his further promotion. Upon the promotion of Colonel Dockery, Lieutenant-Colonel Dismukes became colonel of the regiment. The Nineteenth and Eighth, consolidated under command of Col. A. L. Hutchisor served in Cleburne's division at Ringgold gap and the retreat through Georgia. A second Nineteenth Arkansas infantry was organized in Nashville, Ark., the latter part of the year 1861, electing as officers Col C. L. Dawson, Lieut.--Col. P. R. Smith, Maj. Joseph Anderson. The company commanders were: A, Captain Castleman; B, Capt. Gabe Stewart; C, Captain Spars; D, Capt. J. H. Carter; E, Capt. Nathan Eldridge; F, Capt. D. H. Hamiter; G, Capt. D. C. Cowling; H, Captain Featherston; J, Capt. B. H. Kinsworthy; K, Captain Herndon. The regiment participated in the battle of Elkhorn Tavern, and the defense of Arkansas Post, where it surrendered to Sherman, and was subsequently exchanged at City Point, Va., in May following. It was consolidated with Portl
Desperate Reencounter. --The Thomasville (Ga.) Enterprise, of the 7th instant, says: Dr. W. C. McRae, of Jefferson county, Florida, and Joseph Anderson, of this county, brothers-in-law, fought with knives and pistols near Glasgow on Friday last, when McRae was immediately killed and Anderson, we understand, mortally wounded. We have heard nothing further from the difficulty, and know nothing of the origin of the quarrel. Desperate Reencounter. --The Thomasville (Ga.) Enterprise, of the 7th instant, says: Dr. W. C. McRae, of Jefferson county, Florida, and Joseph Anderson, of this county, brothers-in-law, fought with knives and pistols near Glasgow on Friday last, when McRae was immediately killed and Anderson, we understand, mortally wounded. We have heard nothing further from the difficulty, and know nothing of the origin of the quarrel.
Hustings Court, August 14th. --Present, Aldermen Sanxay, Binford, Lipscomb, Bray, Sadler, Anderson, and Timberlake. Michael Kerney was tried for misdemeanor, found guilty by the jury, and fined sixty dollars. Ordered by the Court, in default of payment, that said Kerney be confined in the common jail a period not exceeding six months.--[The fine was paid before the Court adjourned.] Emanuel, slave of B. A. Cooks, was tried for cutting and stabbing Bill, slave of John P. Ballard, on 12th day of July, found guilty, and ordered 39 lashes, well laid on. Benjamin Bolton was tried for assaulting Adam Weaver, found guilty, and fined $20.--The Court did not add imprisonment. Bolton paid the fine. In the case of Daniel Crawford, indicted for misdemeanor, a nolle prosequs was entered by the Commonwealth's Attorney. John A. Scott was tried for an assault on Peter Johnson, found guilty, and fined $10, and ordered to be confined by the Court till the same be paid.
nd, and Gen. Cox with his in Kanawha county, near Gauley Bridge. Wheeling,August 10th.--Our latest information from Gen. Rosencranz's command is, that he is in the immediate vicinity of Cheat Mountain Pass — about Beverly and Hutsonville — preparing to give Gen. Lee a warm reception, if he attempts to force his way over the Alleghenies. Lee has arrived within striking distance of the east side of the pass, with such troops as he could gather from the rout of Garnett's dispersed army. Anderson was at Staunton on the 27th ultimo, pushing on to join Lee in front of the pass, and Wise's retreat for Lewisburg was doubtless to form a junction with Lee at or about the same point. Outrages by Federal troops T. B. Munson, of Fairfax county, Va., who says he is not only a strong Union man, but voted for Mr. Lincoln, thus writes to the Washington Star: I wish to bring to your notice the fact that the Federal troops have been recently committing the most wanton depredations up
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